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Welcome to Ethos of Men

Ethos of Men and the follow up Next Level Masculinity are books that examine the state of masculinity in American men today. Each are part self help book and part thought provoking examination of our place in our post sexual revolution society. These books are politically incorrect in the sense that they recognize some general biological differences between how males and females think and operate as well as how that connects to a larger picture of manipulative politics and media in our post-patriarchal time; much of which is anti-male.

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Give a listen the Ethos of Men podcast, episodes are under one hour and feature ordinary men doing extraordinary things.

The Spanish edition of Ethos of Men is available in paperback on Amazon, click the cover to check it out.

I had a great time as a guest on The Unpopular Opinion Show recently, hit play to give it a listen.

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Ethos of Men Blog

To Navigate and Thrive as a Man Today

Author and survivor of multiple Nazi concentration camps Dr. Viktor E. Frankl has some heavy perspectives on seeking happiness in his book Man’s Search for Meaning.  His descriptions of life as a captive in the hellish camps is horrifying, yet his insights are brilliant.  He writes “success, like happiness cannot be pursued, it must ensue,…

Plight of the Domesticated Man

British zoologist Dr. Desmond Morris’ 1969 sociobiological book The Human Zoo made a huge impression on me upon discovering it back in the late nineties.  Morris makes the undeniable point that modern people live in an unnatural environment.  Biologically and psychologically, we are ultimately built for a close-knit hunter-gatherer tribal lifestyle.  We are not evolved…

The War on Men

Ultimately, I believe that women (despite their argument to the contrary) instinctively prefer their men to be masculine as opposed to effeminate, that we be capable of setting boundaries as well as being emotionally hardened providers and protectors.  Women do not want to be protectors or keepers of men; they are built to nurture children…

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