Masculinity Is Our Future

Being a Modern Male
Narrated by: Duke Armstrong
Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Masculinity has been invalidated and even seen as toxic for more than four decades. However, a game-changing revolution is now underway. 

Inside this audiobook is a groundbreaking and all-inclusive understanding of what being masculine means. It destroys antiquated feminist stereotypes and demonstrates how manly traits are the world's gold standard. 

Based on years of study, hard data, and cutting-edge research, these chapters offer uplifting insights about masculine definitions, understanding women, domestic violence, suicide, and rape. 

These essays shine a light on the masculine virtues that liberate and protect our civilizations, and they must be lionized, celebrated, and valued. Human survival is at their mercy. It’s time everyone witnesses the breathtaking future of these astounding qualities. 

Millions of rebels, armchair enthusiasts, and the general public have already risen in a counterculture movement. Are you ready to join the conversation?

©2018 Timothy Patten (P)2018 Timothy Patten

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This is a book we can all learn from

With the title "Masculinity is our Future", we would expect an overly testosterone tirade to the effect of things should roll back to the 50's where men had all the power and to hell with everyone else. You couldn't be more wrong. It was a pleasant surprise that the author started by telling about his background, and how he always looked up to his father and grandfather. Immediately it made the book relatable to me. My Grandfather, Uncle, and Father were the biggest influences in my life next to my Fire Chief.

He goes on to illustrate the changes over the last couple decades with how "Masculinity" has become a word to almost be abhorred instead of understood from another point of view. A masculine point of view. Now, when he says masculine, he refers to more traditionally masculine traits such as strength, more aggressive tendencies, and instinctual ways of acting that are predominately male. The author also acknowledges that along the spectrum of all peoples, including transgender, gay, and tomboy females - masculinity exists in all of them.

The biggest thing you can take from this is the need to COMMUNICATE. Masculinity can be a great thing so long as open and free communication can happen. Masculinity isn't something to be shunned, but for the man who is proud of his masculinity can and should take pride in it. Being strong, protect the people you love, work hard to provide, and be able to defend against any threat are all qualities worth having, even if you never have to use the more masculine traits in survival.

Men shouldn't have to worry about being masculine in this or any society now or in the future. This is a book that makes you think and question what society has pressed on both men and women about what is acceptable in masculinity. I think everyone should read this book with an open mind and think about what men go through and how they think / act / feel. This book shows you the way to be a better man while embracing your masculinity without shame.

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A must-listen for every man

Whether you’ve fully embraced or realized your masculine destiny or not, this audiobook will make you realize new perspectives and question the endless blabbering of the mainstream against men. Highly recommended for all men, especially boys who are about to become men. The narration is good, easy-to-listen to, and adds to the experience. It makes you feel like you’re listening to a trusted mentor.

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I Wish I Would've Known This Earlier

This is an excellent book I heard of from Sandman on YouTube. I can relate to this book 100%. This book brings me comfort and an explanation of my life. I've been through so much in my 38 years from the very start and this book gives me critical insight into my experiences from the past to the present but now I'm armed with essential, beneficial knowledge for the future of myself, my son and two daughters. This book is extremely important not only for makes but females as well, in my opinion.

I feel a deep appreciation and understanding for all MGTOW.

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plus for content, minus for narrator

Truly enjoyed the content. however I found the narrator over emphasize the tonality of the words so much that it becomes annoying and too extreme.

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honest and open book for men

this book is open and honest about mens issues and problems men face in society today. give a helpful advice and encourages men to not be taken advantage of.

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Masculinity is the Gold Standard

I got so tired of dating women whose view of the world was tainted by feminism that I decided to go MGTOW (i.e., remaining single by choice). Tim Patten is right: masculinity is the golden standard. The problem is that these ditzy women don't stop to think about all the positive things have brought into the world, and all the sacrifices we have made for women. This is a very refreshing audiobook that helps to mend the wounds made by feminists, who are always yelling and screaming like banshees that masculinity is toxic. No it isn't! Masculinity is the gold standard of human excellence!

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A World Without Men?

I was brought to this book after reading Duke Armstrong's book _These Bitches Want Your Money: 101 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Get Married_. Feminism obviously wants a world without men, but exactly what does that mean? I think Tim Patten outlines it beautifully. When you toss masculinity (men and testosterone) out the window, you can basically say goodbye to civilization. Feminists are absolutely out of their skull. I think every man and boy needs to listen to this audiobook.

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Feminism Destroys Civilization

Tim Patten is right: the Chinese are leading the way when it comes to understanding the importance of testosterone/masculinity. Feminism is ugliness set free and it is destructive to society. It has been around 100 years that major world powers have started to experiment with giving women voting rights, and we can see the horrible effects it has had on families, children and women themselves.

This audiobook is refreshing, considering how much males and masculinity are trashed in Western society. We need good old fashion masculine monarchy to restore the patriarchy.

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  • 01-14-19

AMAN’S GUIDE

WE NEED THESE THEORHETICAL UNDERPINNINGS TO OUR BELIEFS AND INTERPRETIONS OF IUR MASCULINE OLL
REALUTISS.

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Every guy should read this

This is a brilliant book and I think all men and mothers who have boys should read it. We need to do better at not ignoring our boys. They need to be nurtured in stable environments with proper role models. Boys mature late. They need more support networks. I don’t know if you are aware of this, but male suicide is escalating at an alarming rate, especially among our veterans, because they feel disconnected and disposable.

Our boys have problems in reaching out for help from a very early age. If they get bullied at school, they are embarrassed to talk to anyone about it. They are expected to pull themselves up and lead, but there is little being done in schools and communities to teach them discipline and confidence. Boys and men hate being a burden to their families and communities.

The aggression we hear of is an important part of masculinity. We are a 200,000-year-old species, and it was a key characteristic our species depended on to survive when we did not have all these artificial insulation. It still is an important feature, whether it’s in achieving career goals, solving problems, competitive sports, blue collar jobs, military duties or emergency situations.

But they need to be trained on how to channel their aggression constructively. Shaming them for their biology will only teach them to self-loathing and isolation. When it’s not tuned properly, it could lead to tragedy.