The End of Desperation

July 6, 2017
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Dr. Ransom helped me crack the code on desperation and virginity in a way that I hope will be beneficial to all reading this. As I have said for years, keeping your virginity when no girl you are attracted to is really tempted to sleep with you is following a hollow commandment. It is not

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I Will Not Put My Passion in a Box for You

July 4, 2017
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I’d describe myself as a pretty passionate person. I’m up by 6:30 every morning, with or without an alarm. I’m convinced that I run on solar energy because as soon as the first ray of sun touches my window, I amĀ energized and ready to tackle the day. I climb a local mountain every weekend. When

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In Defense of Carousel Riders

June 30, 2017
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  For those unfamiliar with the manosphere, a Carousel Rider is a young woman who spends the height of her youth and attractiveness being pumped and dumped by various Alphas she meets in bars, clubs, and the like. Some of the valiant denizens of the Manosphere, having been abused and rejected by Carousel Riders at

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8 Ways You Can Promote Tolerance Now

June 30, 2017
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You know what I would love to do? Stop talking about race. When people say, “I wish people would stop talking about race,” I want to scream “ME TOO!!” Let me start with a story: I babysat three adorable girls for years. While watching a movie, the youngest one lifted her head from my shoulder

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Work Out That GUT

June 29, 2017
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Summertime is around the corner!! It’s time to focus on that GUT of yours… and by gut, I don’t mean flab… I’m referring to something that looks more like this: Some refer to it as your inner compass, your gut, your intuition, your sixth sense, the little voice in your head. Whatever you want to

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