This week Andy Grant is visited by writer and speaker, Anthony Simeone, to discuss the MGTOW movement, toxic masculinity, and the notion that women are evil.
“Guys, we need to stop blaming women for our problems.” ~Anthony Simeone
The first time we heard of MGTOW was in a piece Anthony wrote a few weeks ago that got a lot of comments, Watch Out for Men ‘Goating Their Own Way.’ Anthony Simeone has over two decades of experience in the practical application of literature, philosophy, psychology, and other disciplines. The culmination of his work is the Live the Hero concept, which he offers as a “life path” for use in overcoming obstacles. Live the Hero combines the wisdom found in the arts and humanities with the latest discoveries related to modern neuroscience.
Heroism is inherent to the human condition. Looking out for each other, cooperating is heroism. It comes out of self-preservation but adds altruism and empathy
Topics Covered Include:
- What is the MGTOW movement?
- Is masculinity toxic?
- What is meant by the term “toxic-masculinity?”
- Are women evil?
- The dangers of scapegoating.
- What drives our quest for certainty?
- What got you into these explorations of masculinity?
- What do you mean by The Heroic Man?
- Why men are becoming killers.
Watch Men Going Their Own Way with Anthony Simeone – Real Men Feel, Episode 85
What IS toxic is the “programming” men are receiving, skewing their perceptions of the world towards cynicism, loneliness, and violence (both physical and mental). It’s time to turn the conversation around to what’s virtuous, honorable, and positive about men. ~Anthony Simeone
Explore How You Can Become a Non-Toxic Man.
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