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Category Archives: Masculinity

5 Summer Must-Reads

by LFN Staff   We are halfway through summer, which means there’s still plenty of time to tackle that summer reading list you put together a few weeks ago. Whether you prefer reading novels, philosophical treatises, biographies, science fiction, etc., … Continue reading »




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On Transgenderism

by Danny Pluta The modern movement of “transgenderism” brings questions about the human person forward, and calls for action and thought on the part of individuals. The ideology of transgenderism attempts to abolish the two sexes and dilute them into … Continue reading »




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The Love of Love (Part 3)

Below is the final post in Kevin Kwasnik’s three-part series, The Love of Love. Having learned in Part 1 and Part 2 why the love of love is something to be avoided, Kwasnik explains here how the reorientation of our … Continue reading »




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On the Messiness of Relationships and the Need for Courageous Men

By Louis Cona  Are men today willing to suffer for their love or embrace the “messiness” of commitment and risk taking? Taking a look at our current culture would produce skeptical answers. Divorce rates are over 50%, sexuality is being … Continue reading »




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What Men Want for Valentine’s Day

By Trent Hurliam   It’s simply restating the obvious that Valentine’s Day is a holiday most often associated with gifts – gifts that women, by and large, prefer more than men do.  Valentine’s day has become (or maybe it always … Continue reading »




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Why Men Want Commitment Too (Or Should if They Knew What Was Good for Them)

By: Matthew Dugandzic The desire for commitment in relationships is often thought of as feminine. Men are thought of as desiring sex for its own sake – with as many different partners as possible. The modern feminist movement, by judging … Continue reading »




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Men, Throw Down Your Coats!

By: Matthew Dugandzic I very much enjoyed reading T.Z. Horton’s article, published on Monday, about the proper understanding of chivalry. Horton rightly dismisses the notion that holding doors open for ladies is all that chivalry entails. Rather, chivalry is something … Continue reading »




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Unprotected: A Lesson in Chivalry

By: T.Z. Horton Several years ago, Peter Saliga, a teacher at my high school, read to my class from a book called Unprotected by Dr. Miriam Grossman. In the book Dr. Grossman highlights the many ways in which sexual behavior … Continue reading »




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"Courtship, Etiquette, and the Adolescent Male" by Randall B Smith

Recently, Randall Smith discussed how etiquette and courtship rituals, which once helped channel masculine energy into constructive ends, has degenerated into hook-ups. In his opinion, women have been a large part of the cause. Read on for his take: I … Continue reading »




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In Praise of Men by Catherine Palmer

“Men are pigs.” “Men just use women.” “All men care about is beer and sports.” These phrases and others can be found cluttering the pages of Glamour and Cosmo or typed as the header on young singles’ blogs. It appears … Continue reading »




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