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A Man Drought? A Girl’s Perspective

Young Christian women have been lamenting the perceived man drought that the West is currently facing. I spoke with a 20-year-old young Christian woman to hear her perspective.

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Monogamy, Polygamy and the Temple Goddess of Porn

I was recently privy to a conversation between two young women, 19-year old’s I know well. They were lamenting the fact that they would never meet a guy who didn’t consume porn, whether a Christian or not.

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I just want to get noticed: Would we exist if no one noticed us?

More than ever young people are yearning to be noticed.

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Bring back manly honour, the world needs it

What does it mean to be a man of honour and why has it lost its value in our culture?

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Overdosed at 17; Who will reach the Andrew’s and Ethan’s of tomorrow?

With “Hellboy” tattooed on his chest, and anxiety written on his heart, a well loved youtuber and influencer “Ethan is Supreme” died tragically this week from a suspected drug overdose. He was 17 years old.

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Stop the Dad Bashing

Destroy the Patriarchy! Women DON’T need men! The amount of times I’ve heard these slogans by angry women, the fruit of today’s misandrist climate, is concerning.

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Meaninglessness: Deadlier than COVID

While we have our eyes locked on COVID, boys and men are deciding that they have nothing more to expect from life and taking their lives at record rates.

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Zoomers: So afraid of being taken in, that they can't be taken out

Gen Z or Zoomers are considered the most sceptical of all generations. At first I thought this was a positive trait, in that they had questioning minds. But I’m getting nervous …

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A Found Boy. Part 2 - Found

I want to invite you into the revelation that changed my life forever: True freedom awaits at the other side of a laid down life.

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A Found Boy. Part 1 - Lost

For a young Australian man, the wild and erratic lifestyle that I lived was more fulfilling than religion.