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Publisher's Summary

Positive Masculinity is the newest in a series designed to give men actionable information to build better lives for themselves based on realistic, objective understanding of intersexual dynamics. The audiobook outlines four key themes: red-pill parenting, the feminine nature, social imperatives, and positive masculinity.   

Free of today's pop-psychology pablum, "Red-Pill Parenting" is aimed at fathers (and fathers-to-be) who want more in-depth information about raising their sons and daughters in a red-pill-aware outlook. While not an instruction manual, it presents insights into developing a parenting style founded on red-pill principles and informs fathers of what they can expect their kids to encounter from a feminine-primary social order determined to "educate" them.   

"The Feminine Nature" is a collection of revised and curated essays that address the most predictable aspects of the female psyche. It outlines the evolutionary and socialized reasons for women’s most common behavioral patterns, their motives, and how men can build this awareness into a more efficient way of interacting with women accordingly.   

"The Social Imperatives" section details how the female psyche has expanded into Western (and Westernizing) cultural narratives, social dictates, and legal and political legislation. This is the feminine imperative writ large, and this section explores how feminism, women’s sexual strategy, and their primary life goals have molded our society into the gynocracy we take for granted today. Also detailed is the "women’s fempowerment" narrative and the perpetuation of blank-slate egalitarian equalism masking a form of female supremacism that has fundamentally altered Western cultures and values.   

The last section, "Positive Masculinity", is comprised of newly expanded essays that will give men an informed idea of how to define masculinity from a conventional, evolved, and rational perspective.

©2017 George W. Miller (P)2018 George W. Miller

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Sam Botta is not a narrator.

The book itself is nothing short of a bible, a real informative book, it is critical for almost every human male to read.
Mr. Sam Botta was quite bad in the previous 2 books and much worse here.

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Awful voice

The narrator's voice makes me hate the world. It could be a good book but trying to imagine that guy speaking for 20 hours made me hate it

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The long awaited Audible version!

This is the third book in a fantastic series by Rollo Tomassi. I’ve read the paperback, but I’m an audiobook addict, so I’ve been anxiously awaiting this release. So far, so good! Same narrator as the previous two books for consistency. So glad to finally compete the set. Thanks Rollo!

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Teach your sons how the game is really played.

This is the stuff I wish my dad taught me when I was a teenager.

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This book is literally dynamite!

There isn’t any reason you should avoid reading this. Regardless of your demographic, this has to be the most quality work in the field of intersexual dynamics! Can’t wait for the fourth book!!!

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  • CH
  • 01-16-19

He keeps getting better! - The best yet.

Rollo again demonstrates mastery-level knowledge of relationships in today's society! PRICELESS counsel and advice can be gleamed from his books. Whether you are in a relationship, out of a relationship or in-between relationships with the opposite sex, this book is more relevant to you keeping your sanity, prowess, strength and power in life, than your telephone. I am not kidding.

I speak from experience: Once divorced and a second one headed for the rocks, his series of books have become a lighthouse.for me.

Once I started accepting the truths that fathers & uncles rarely tell, the storm clouds cleared, I'm back on My Mission.

A Thousand Thanks, Rollo

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Another great book

I have all three of his Rational Male books and they seem to just get better in my opinion. If you liked the first book, you will love this one.

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The entire... book... is read... like this

It’s absolutely terrible to listen to. I have no idea what the guy was thinking while he read it. There are super awkward and inappropriate pauses in every single sentence.

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Interesting content, awful narration

I love the books. However, the narration is a nightmare- reminds me of Google translate

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Mas o menos lo mismo

Más o menos los mismos conceptos que en los anteriores libros, pero menos prácticos: hijos, feminismo, y en general mas teoría social que psicología, recomiendo mas los dos anteriores.

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  • Robert Ramdeholl
  • 12-25-18

Good content but hammy narration.

I have ordered a hard copy of this book to read. The narrator has a good voice but hams up almost every word, which is distracting.

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  • Benjamin B.
  • 01-15-19

A lot of repetition. Irritating narration.

Well worth a listen.

There’s a lot of repetition and up-selling of additional content.

Listening at 1.25 speed made tolerating the readers voice and ham acting narration style more bearable.

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  • Andrew Ko
  • 12-22-18

Not as good as the original Rational Male book

Fifty minutes into the audiobook and there was not much advice given to the reader