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:
Price is $2.99 USD for Kindle edition.
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.
A slap on the behind, a gentle tug on the hair, a chin grab with a kiss – all of these things done in public don’t embarrass her as much as they remind her that, above all other things she may be, she is your possession – now and always.
I see a lot of people saying, “real men don’t do this” and “real men don’t do that.”
You know what? Screw you. You don’t get to define what real men are and are not. Stop throwing your pathetic insults just because someone doesn’t behave according to your ridiculous standards.
Sometimes men are effeminate. Sometimes men are extremely masculine. Sometimes men are nerds. Sometimes they’re over-achieving Alphas.
But guess what? They’re all real men, and they don’t need you to define the tenets of masculinity for them. As long as they’re comfortable with themselves, you can shove your opinions on “real men” where the sun don’t shine.
“Real men” is as much of a myth as “toxic masculinity.” It’s a complete fabrication by people who have an impossible ideal of how people should behave. Talk about projecting image issues – people who use the terms “real men” or “toxic masculinity” are usually the same ones who criticize others for creating problems regarding self-image and self-worth.
Men behave the way they want to behave. Men are their own people. Men don’t need or want your definitions of what makes them real.
I can’t stress this enough: all men are real men.
And if you can’t accept that, maybe it’s you who’s not being real.
Why are we, in the Traditional Gender Role community, so incredibly happy relative to people who believe in equality of the sexes?
Matthew D. Hammond and Chris G. Sibley tried to answer this question in their 2011 study entitled Why are Benevolent Sexists Happier? available for free here.
The study really doesn’t come to a logical conclusion except to say that both men and women find that their lives are more naturally structured when they accept Benevolent Sexism as a way of life (note: I consider myself a Benevolent Sexist).
From the study’s abstract on page 332:
“Research indicates that the endorsement of sexist ideology is linked to higher subjective wellbeing for both men and women.”
This is a particularly large study (n = 6,100) and, as we all know, the larger the study, the more accurate it is likely to be.
So gentlemen, get your big boy pants on. Women find you more attractive when you’re just a little bit sexist.
Today, I was talking with my girl and I said, “don’t worry your inferior, pretty little head about it.”
She replied, “what’s ‘inferior’?”
Oh, you gem of a girl!
I love to mansplain. I absolutely adore it. But I find girls don’t ask the right questions. They don’t ask me to explain stuff they already know. But since my girl loves when I mansplain to her, she asks ridiculous questions.
And I love her for it.
Find yourself a girl who sets you up for the simplest mansplains on earth. She’ll get the thrill of your condescending tone. You’ll feel like you’re teaching her something and, let’s face it, men love to teach girls.
And girls, if you’re not setting him up for an opportunity to mansplain, it’s you who’s missing out.