Don't Marry

Why Modern, Western Marriage Has Become A Bad Business Decision For Men

Articles by F. Roger Devlin

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March 24, 2009 at 12:08 pm

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  1. It is difficult to download from:

    Continual message of “page you have visited has expired”.
    Having somehow managed to download “Sex and Culture”, various parts do not work.
    I do not know why it has been separated into 4 RAR files when it could just be one RAR with the PDF & HTML.
    I think I have it as an html page but I am not sure whether it is complete.
    It would be better to link to a simpler file sharing site with one complete compressed folder, the PDF with no compression or just the HTML on a page.

    Thank you

    (PDF of Sex and Culture.) – admin


    June 21, 2010 at 1:29 am

  2. Good article and so true. One of my brothers married a crazy woman who cheated on him throughout their entire marriage (revealed after divorce) despite having two children. My brother was a devoted father and husband. Now just a devoted father. He was taken to the cleaners by an adulterous woman and of course the courts sided with her. I am wondering if there are any clubs around where men can organize to start turning this situation around? The points made about women being angry and spiteful are on point 100%. the glamorizarion of infidelity by the media is a big influence but the majority of blame must rest on the courts and women themselves. Infidelity is a choice. My brother’s ex-wife’s shrink told that infidelity is a symptom of a failed marriage, not a cause. What a load of bullshit. She finally broke down and admitted to him, among a flurry of tears, that she only married him because of his potential to provide and not for love. It’s sad he didn’t heed my warnings about this woman as he could have avoided an extreme amount of financial and emotional hardship. I know women are just as guilty of infidelity if not more so because I have often times been the “other man”. I was raised in the traditional model of respectng women nd all that comes with it. A painful lesson in my 20’s cured me of that as I came to realize that today’s woman is not to be trusted, ever. I have a married friend who is oblivious to his wife’s extramarital affairs. She has more than once hinted at sexual relations with me to no avail. The sad fact is he is so whipped he wouldn’t care if he found out. She is nothing more than a trophy for him and he treats her like an object. In turn she sleeps with other men. Gee, who wouldn’t want to get married.


    September 11, 2010 at 9:19 am

  3. […] have their own equally serious problems in this corrupt age, but these have been amply explored by others and would be a tangent […]

  4. What an informative article. Unfortunately, like all other good conservative writers, Roger has no solutions; lots of the why we need to do something, some of the what we should do, but almost zero on the how. “Change the laws” is useless under the current setup; no one is going to take that seriously. Like Weaver, Kirk, Evola, et alii, there has been much work to discourage men by showing them how hopeless their condition is, and little help on how to cope or how to build parallel societies. And now, real such conservatives only exist on the interwebs. The most helpful advice I’ve received is to read Solzhenitsyn. Hang the lot of you.


    November 21, 2011 at 3:41 pm

  5. […] writes honestly and accurately about the real problems. Whatever one may feel about his politics, Devlin’s critiques of feminism are some of the best out there. The only other professionals who eloquently and honestly address […]

  6. […] And here are a couple other great essays of Devlin’s, hosted elsewhere: here, and here, originally published at either The Occidental Quarterly or Counter-Currents Publishing, I believe – both of which have other articles of his on their sites.  (Some additional pieces by Devlin on related subjects may be found here.) […]

  7. […] The Myth of Male Power, F. Roger Devlin’s 2006 essay Sexual Utopia in Power (downloadable here) is a kind of Manospherian urtext, an original source of many of the terrible ideas that are now […]

  8. Reblogged this on oogenhand and commented:
    The seminal pieces by F. Roger Devlin. Any lowering of birthrates, either by MGTOW or feminism, will require euthanasia to become accepted. Family formation is not necessary for victory. Going Your Own Way frees up a lot of time and resources for activism. This means career women can be useful to your cause because they can send money.


    May 29, 2013 at 11:41 pm

  9. […] You can find a good list of his essays here. […]

  10. […] ago as part of the 1960s counter-cultural revolution. Not only is there a deluge of pornography, F. Roger Devlin (a TOO contributor) has quite convincingly shown how these developments have resulted in the […]

  11. […] ago as part of the 1960s counter-cultural revolution. Not only is there a deluge of pornography, F. Roger Devlin (a TOO contributor) has quite convincingly shown how these developments have resulted in the […]

  12. […] sextiotalets kontrakulturella omvälvningar. Flodvågen av pornografi är inte det enda problemet, F. Roger Devlin (en skribent hos The Occidental Observer) har på ett övertygande sätt visat hur dessa […]

  13. […] like the F. Roger Devlin and the Roissy of the work […]

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