Roissyism and Game: the Big Debate
in chronological order, are VFR’s entries on this subject which consumed the site for over a week, until the discussion turned from Game to Human Bio-Diversity. Entries on the latter topic are included here as well.
Sexual liberation to the nth power
Bio-cons versus social cons
The social cons strike back
Libertinism and liberalism
Roissyism explained in 150 words
The catastrophe in sex relations: a Roissyesque account
The discussion of Roissyism continues …
The sexual catastrophe: who’s really to blame for it, and how it can be ended
Reflections on the Roissyite “revolution,” cont.
How sexual equality turns men and women into enemies
The forces that shaped today’s “beta” males
An entire generation of sexually corrupted females (and males) , and what that bodes for our future
A VFR reader defends Roissyism
What traditionalist men must do to end female promiscuity
The psychology of the Gamers, and its generational roots
Game and dominance
A Christian conservative explains why men today need Game
When power is seen as the only reality, all relationships are seen as sado-masochistic
All Roissyism, all the time
What’s wrong with white men?
A sophist’s attempt to send up VFR
Debate goes on … debate goes on …
Replying to Gamers who think they have overthrown conservatism
Are “bad boy” and “Alpha” just excuses?
Among the Gamers
End of the debate?
A Gamer apostate
The burning question: Can a pick-up technique save the West?
Joining the jungle
A response to the Roissyites
Not over “till it’s over
Game versus the Good
How can Game change society, if its success depends on people not knowing about it?
Who is this mysterious authority figure in the lives of beta men who has so badly let them down?
A miscellany of comments on Game
In modern America, the return of the Scarlet Letter
A man tells how Game helped him find a wife
Tradcons versus HBD
Is human bio-diversity the next conservatism?
MANGAN BOMBS PEARL HARBOR!
HBD’s problem is even bigger than I said
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