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Thoughts on the “era of drones” with remarks about its legacy and effects

Recently, some ideas kept coming to me which is quite interesting and which got onto some interesting statements and observations: I kept saying that we are in the “era of drones”.  This refers to a character of person that I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on an aspect of the male character – the importance of the world and the “world instinct”, with remarks about other things

Over the years I have spent a lot of time looking at the female character and female problems.  This was primarily because I was so appalled by many females fabrications of abuse and false accusations.  It started a big inquiry.  … Continue reading

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Thoughts on identity and identity problems – the source of many problems and many solutions, with remarks about the “pre-self”

Here is a thought I had: Ever since the early 1980’s I have looked into what I call “identity problems”.  These are the various problems associated with identity which seems particularly prevalent nowadays in these overpopulated and dehumanizing times. Initially, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the different male and female characters – “male culture” and “female culture”

The male and female are different people.  In fact, they are so different that I often jokingly say that they should be considered different species of animal.  Their traits and qualities are often like polar opposites and so unlike each … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the need for ‘male space’

I’ve known, for some time, that the male needs to be away from the female at certain times and places.  He needs to have his ‘male space’.  When I say ‘male space’ I mean that there is a place where the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘post-authority male’ – the importance of authority in American society – the “male authority-needing-and-following tendency”

I have always thought that the male in American society is in a dilemma.  The male, in particular, has been hit rather hard.  He’s become like a ‘nothing’, a ‘nobody’.  He seems lost and disoriented in life.  I also tend to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on misandry (the hatred of the male) – a crisis of authority: a frustrated desire for authority???

Here’s a thought I often have: Over the years I seen many examples of misandry (hatred of the male).  In many respects, I was brought up with it.  Misandry seems very prevalent in the U.S., it seems, but very few acknowledge it.  In fact, it … Continue reading

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