Shame-Violence Intervention Method
Jonathan Asser ran therapy sessions for violent offenders in HM Prison Wandsworth, UK. His method was unheard of before, and it had 100% success rate, also something not thought possible. He detailed his method (link at the bottom of this article), and it involved understanding that
shame is at the root of ALL violence. Knowing this, offers a way out of violent reaction. Continue reading
Posted in: Men, Misc, Relating
Tagged: abuse, bullying, communication, conflict resolution, domestic violence, male power, power, psychology, relating, violence
“Where do I go to meet a woman I want to have a long term relationship with? I’ve mostly been in and out of bars just trying to get laid.”
Ah yea, I love this question… been dying to see someone post it on a forum and I finally got the chance to answer it yesterday, so thought I would share it in a blog post on here.
Posted in: Meditation, Men, Relating, Sex, Tantra, Women
Tagged: communication, conflict resolution, finding love, gender politics, gender war, men, psychology, self-help, sex, women
What is Tantra
What is Tantra? To tell you that, I first need to give you a quick bit of background about us Continue reading
Bad Boy Buddha
I think people assume that Meditation can cure everything. Here is a story about a highly-skilled meditation practitioner, who has since become an absolute car-crash.
It’s not being a cuckold if it’s consensual & contracted
I commented on a Reddit post recently where someone had been accused of being a cuckold for dating a sex worker.
A few hundred downvotes and a lot of angry comments later,
Posted in: Relating, Sex
Tagged: abuse, bdsm, communication, female power, infidelity, male power, men, power, psychology, relating, relationship, sex, shame, women
Female HypoAgency & The Male Biological Imperative
Meet the mimic octopus (1.5 min video)…
Two years ago, just after the
campaign got started, I wrote a somewhat long and feisty article titled: #MeToo . Female HypoAgency: Pink Patriarchy, our Orwellian Big Sister [steemit article] Continue reading
Posted in: Identity Politics, Men, Relating, Sex, Women
Tagged: abuse, bdsm, bullying, communication, female power, gender politics, gender war, male power, matriarchy, men, patriarchy, relating, relationship, shame, women
Trans & Genderfluid culture faces an issue that is being ignored
Introduction to this post
I started looking into the Trans and Gender issue last year after I got in an argument on social media due to my views on it.
The Myth of Male Power
Below are links to an audio podcast of an interview with Warren Farrell, the author of the book “ The Myth of Male Power” (Interview host – Tom Howard). Continue reading
Posted in: Identity Politics, Men, Relating
Tagged: abuse, communication, conflict resolution, female power, gender, gender politics, identity politics, male power, men, patriarchy, power, relating, relationship, shame, women
Rooting out our misery
Nothing I ever found undoes the root of our misery better than Vipassana meditation. Continue reading