My new ebook is now available!

My new book, A Man Explained It To Me!: Everyday Topics Mansplained So Well That Even A Woman Can Understand Them by Mr. V. I. Stepford is now available on Amazon.  Below are links to various countries where you can purchase it:







The Netherlands







Price is $2.99 USD for Kindle edition.


New Book To Be Released Soon!

Amazon is currently reviewing my new book,  A Man Explained It To Me!: Everyday Topics Mansplained So Well That Even A Woman Can Understand Them by Mr. V. I. Stepford, for publication.

I expect the book will be released by January 23, 2019, but I will certainly keep you all informed when the book goes live on Amazon.

It is only in Kindle format right now, but I should have the paperback version available within a week.

This will be the first in the Mansplaining Series by Mr. V. I. Stepford.


This Blog Is About REAL feminism.

Let me make this very clear: this blog is about choices.

If you, as a woman, want to rise to the highest office in the land and you’re happy doing it, I completely support you.

Now, be warned, statistics show that women who are devoted to their careers are far less happier than housewives (Okulicz-Kozaryn & da Rocha Valente, 2017), but hey, maybe you’re the exception to statistics.  If you are, and you could very well be, I say go for it.

But if you’re like most women, you think a life of Traditional Gender Roles is ideal.  Studies have shown that Traditional Gender Role couples have more sexbetter sex, and are happier than people in equal relationships.

Your happiness is up to you.  This blogs merely provides suggestions to help you along in your path of Benevolent Sexism and Traditional Gender Roles, which, in turn, will probably make you happier.

I’m not forcing anyone into any pigeonhole.  If you, as a woman, want to be Vice President of Microsoft, go for it.  If you want to be a housewife with a wild sex life, go for it.  If you want to relinquish all of your rights to the person that you love in return for the privilege of serving them, go for it.

No one can make those choices for you.  It is your right to be a CEO or a consensual slave.

I’m all for choices.  I just want to help you make the one that will make you happiest.

And scientists, like the ones listed above, say that adopting the attitudes expressed in the blog are more likely to make you happy.

The choice is yours.

That’s REAL feminism.


Buy Her Tools As Gifts

Every man loves getting tools as a gift.  When our girl gives us a new jig saw or socket wrench, we practically lose our minds.  How thoughtful, we say.

And despite the fact that Hollywood and the media will tell you that buying her a new set of pots and pans, or a new Dyson vacuum, or a pink feather duster is misogynist, the truth is that girls love to receive tools as gifts, too.

You see, girls have plenty of chores to do around the house just like you have plenty of chores to do outside – you change the oil in the car, she has to vacuum.  You mow the lawn, she has to do laundry.  You blow the leaves, she has to do the dishes.

And for both of you, when you’re doing those chores, you want the best possible tools for the job.  When you have them, doing chores isn’t “ugh, I have to do chores,” it’s “alright!  I get to play with my new tools!

Don’t ever let society, Hollywood, the media, or politicians tell you she doesn’t deserve the best tools as a gift.  Everyone has to do chores and the best tools will make her chores much more enjoyable.

Some may say it’s sexist, but if she’s honest about it, giving her tools as a gift is thoughtful, kind, and – as long as you make sure exactly what brand and model of tool she wants – help make her chores a pleasure to do.

Don’t buy society’s bullshit.  Give her tools to play with.


Don’t Buy Her A Roomba For Christmas.

Don’t do it.  I know what you’re thinking.  “Oh, a Roomba will save her time on vacuuming.”  Big mistake.

For one thing, your traditional girl probably finds the repetitive motions of vacuuming soothing.

For another, vacuuming fills up her day.  When she’s vacuuming, she’s busy.  And a busy girl is a good girl.

You want to buy her gift she’ll really appreciate?

Get her a Dyson and watch her eyes light up on Christmas morning.