IN DEFENSE OF "SQUARES": A RESPONSE TO JACK DONOVAN

by Andy Nowicki

I haven’t yet read Jack Donovan’s new book The Way of Men, though I plan to do so. However, having read Jack’s intriguing reply to Jef Costello, I find myself compelled to raise an issue related to the contemporary masculinist movement, of which I know Jack to be an enthusiastic advocate.

The point I wish to make is one that, surprisingly enough, I haven’t seen anyone in the so-called “manosphere” address adequately, unless I have missed it.

THE CULT OF "THE OTHER"



Academic freedom in Australia is dying before our eyes; another sacrifice performed in the now holy name of “The Other.”  In the universities, as elsewhere, public criticism of privileged minorities must walk a shaky legal tightrope.

Even the politically correct mainstream media can run afoul of the human rights industry by straying too far off the reservation.  Only recently, neoconservative journalist Andrew Bolt was successfully sued for articles scolding many “fair-skinned” people of predominantly European ancestry for accessing benefits intended for Australian Aborigines.