Folks, We’ve reached 10,000 subscribers. And we have some announcements.
I’ve written up my anaylsis and observations over the past half a year, you can read this RIGHT HERE!
And secondly, as of today, we’re announcing a brand new website called puerarchy.com to represent this cultural shift that’s taking place. Fitting along-side many of the prominent manosphere blogs, we will be discussing life today as a puerarch.
The topic on /r/theredpill will stay the same, as it always has. Sexual strategy. All are still welcome to stay (that includes married men, MGTOW, and PUAs) but from this point forward Softharem and I will be focusing on lifestyle guides for the new generations of men. That means what to do about marriage, life, family, and more…
We will be featuring guest bloggers on our new site, as well as prominent members of /r/theredpill. Check it out now! http://www.puerarchy.com
Interested in contributing? You can submit articles for review on the “submit” tab under “contact us!” Welcome to 10,000 folks! Here’s to 10,000 more!
What is the Puerarchy you ask? Let’s look to Ian Ironwood for the answer:
The Puerarchy, for those who are new to the term, is a Manosphere term-of-art used to describe the phenomenon most recently called out as “ExtendedAdolescence” (as this harsh assessment of the group by the Guardian Angels, of all people, points out): the tendency for young men to spend a decade or so getting drunk, high, laid, and wiped out from video game exhaustion and porn marathons instead of applying nose to grindstone, getting a college education that will allow them to support their future ex-wives. It’s perplexing for feminists because it means the pool of “acceptable” men for marriage and procreation (and productive tax-paying to support the welfare state) is drying up. It’s perplexing for conservatives in the Manosphere because the Puerarchy seems to be thumbing its nose as traditional Conservative values of hard work and ambition, and succumbing to the pleasures of the flesh and the decadence of the West they shun.