AuthorBrian Martinez

Part time student, part time concierge and full time illustrator all wrapped up in one creative package. Looking for opportunities to use my aptitudes, talents and competence to serve a worthy company, or start my own. Dude. Roots in Chicago. Thinker and go-getter.

American Men Give Up On College While Afgani Women Get Gender Studies | HBR Society 1

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Here we go again with another new show. God knows how many of these we will do before we do this again. On today’s show we will look at two articles that are related in ways you might not find obvious. One from the Wall Street Journal that talks about how men are feeling lost and purposeless in modern society, and one from the Spectator that talks about how hundreds of millions of dollars...

Health, Diet and Maximizing Masculinity With Returning Guest Georgi Dinkov | Fireside Chat 190

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Join us on the Fireside Chat with our returning guest Georgi Dinkov. Georgi writes on topics spanning metabolic theory of health, medicine, science, society, politics, the arts and more. He has theories and ideas about things like testosterone which go against the mainstream narratives typically associated with testosterone and masculinity.…

Laura Bates VS The Incels Part 2: The Lifetime Cinematic Universe | HBR Debate 64

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Join us on HBR Debate as we continue our harrowing journey through a video from Britain’s “This Morning” show where feminist author Laura Bates explains how “incels” are a misogynistic, far-right, racist death cult because they are lonely and she would never lie about any groups that are composed of mostly young men frustrated by the state of their society, right...

Laura Bates VS The Incels: A Very Dramatic Story Worthy of the Oxygen Network | HBR Debate 63

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Join us on HBR Debate as we go through a video from Britain’s “This Morning” show where feminist author Laura Bates explains how “incels” are a misogynistic, far-right, racist death cult because they are lonely and she would never lie about any groups that are composed of mostly young men frustrated by the state of their society, right?…

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