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by Kage Keller

—“I believe it is critical to have appropriate masculine role models.

Men mature more slowly into the role of accountability (likely a side effect of the massive dose of pubescent testosterone).

Women are at a serious advantage in game theory and emotional awareness until well into the late twenties early thirties..

This difference was modulated in the past by the groups of elder men that demonstrated and instilled legacy as a higher calling… modulating gynocentric behavior.

At some point in a boys early teens, they are passed from the mothers to groups of men to begin the passage into manhood.

But this rarely happens now. So boys are not ritually initiated into a higher calling, and society is left with perpetual man-boys.”—

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