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  1. This is a continuation of two other threads that came before. Back in the depths of time, or 2012 at any rate, there was the first thread. It started as a question about ED and then moprhed into a very active thread. It got so big it was taxing the limits of the forum software at the time, (at 119 pages, though in the forum software of that day it was 150 pages) so nine months after it was locked and a new thread was created. The second thread went up in September 2012 and made it to 143 pages, the newer forum software handling larger threads much more easily. However, given that it'
  2. Anyone here a fan of Art of Manliness? What are some of your favorite articles/podcasts? What have you gained from the works of Brett McKay? And yes, women can post here too
  3. You know you're a literature nerd when you're excited to find out that one of your favorite writers was into some of the same sorts of health/lifestyle practices as you...over 150 years ago: Found: Walt Whitman’s Guide to ‘Manly Health’ Writing under the pseudonym Mose Velsor, Whitman gives advice that mirrors aspects of the Primal or Paleo lifestyle, suggesting plenty of time outside, warning against the dangers of sedentary life, and sharing such powerful gems as this: "Reason seems to tell a man, not so much that death is dreadful, as that dragging out a useless, def
  4. I apologize if this is the wrong forum. I can't seem to find the right one. I don't know what it is with me. I have these extreme ups and downs. A few small accomplishments and I'm on top of the world, a small failure and I hate the world. I hate myself. I'm just crashing. I had a pretty good week, from Sunday to Thursday, then it just went to hell. I feel like jumping into the darkness and laziness again. My big failure was that I decided to give up most meat, bread, and processed sugar items, but, as soon as my brother came 'round, I started eating crap again. Like, prob
  5. We all know how men train--they pick up some absurdly large weight, do 5-10 reps, then set it down and wait for a minute while they watch something on the gym TV. But if men get so muscular doing this, is it possible for women too? Or are women's bodies different? Is it that much more beneficial to do HIIT training or at the very least circuit training with short rest periods? To be honest, the former sounds more enjoyable. Any opinion is appreciated!
  6. Um...well this post will be personal for me, but I feel that NF is a safe place to ask for advice in this matter, so here goes. Well first of all, I am a late bloomer when it comes to boys. If a handsome man rolled up in a awesome work truck, I would notice the truck before him. Don't know why. But now I'm actually starting to notice them and wanting them to notice me. But that's one of the problems, guys don't notice me. I come off as a friend rather than marriageable material. And then the guys who've chatted with me online (not NF men, their all gentlemen thank God!) only want to hang out
  7. I figured we should have a sticky for all those bloggers out there from the Rebellion... I think this is a good opportunity for all of us to share our work and and see what else is out there. Rules (There have to be rules): 1. Share your link 2. Short description of the blog 3. Safe for work or NSFW 4. Follow any blogs you find on here and we will follow in return. Simple enough... I will begin! 1. http://meatmethodsmen.wordpress.com/ 2. Advice, short stories, and Paleo Diet stuff all focused on helping Men be better Men 3. Safe for Work 4. Already found one good blog from this site... S
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