02
Apr
07

The End (For Now)

[Note: This post was originally written on April 2, 2007 at the original blog site. This is an archive, folks.]

Well, if there is anyone still checking this blog for updates, I have some news for you: this is it. I don’t plan to update this blog. Why?

(1) When I started Faith and Society approximately two years ago, the number of men blogging about Men’s Rights Activism, let alone MGTOW, were few and far between. Now, MGTOW blogs have mushroomed left and right.

(2) I have come to the conclusion that this blog focuses on too many things. If and when I start another blog, my subject matter will be more defined (or at least that is the plan).

So, where does that leave you? Well, if you want to copy any of my articles, now is the time. It’s a rummage sale! I’ll be leaving the gate open for a while, but soon it will be shut. I also recommend that you check out a new forum which discusses much of what I discussed here – religious men vs. the Femamatrix. Go to egghead.adamsspace.com and click on “Egghead’s Forum” (the link right above the picture of Calvin on the top left hand side). You’ll have to register for an account, but once you do, step inside and introduce yourself. Break the ice and share your horror stories of living life in the Femamatrix and battling against churchy Estrogelicalism.

Take care.

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5 Responses to “The End (For Now)”


  1. April 15, 2007 at 1:48 pm

    when you do start a new blog, feel free to drop by my blog to let me know…

  2. January 12, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    Hey, the war has only just begun and we need all the ammo we can get!

    So, even if you stop actively blogging, I strongly suggest that you still leave you blog up as an archive for future readers. Can’t hurt and can only help. Remember, until we reach a critical mass tipping point, no societal paradigm shift can occur! And we have not reached that point yet! Not even close!

  3. June 12, 2011 at 5:58 am

    Well, if you ever feel like doing the odd post you can always go to my site MCI – that’s what it’s for.

  4. February 22, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    It’s nice to be noticed and it’s nice to feel that people actually listen to what you spend your heart and soul writing. Iraqi people were also there, presenting their side of the story in their blogs.


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