have been discussing the Manosphere of late – yet another in the very long line of blog posts, articles and the like seeking to “examine” our corner of the Internet this year.
The following was an open letter I wrote to EMK, after a series of articles was published about him and his work on my blog Just Four Guys last summer.
One is the Marlboro Man he's the strong silent type. The other kind of man that women find attractive is the Sensitive Guy (like Christian Carter himself! He listens to you, communicates freely, and tells you what's on his mind.
You'll feel connected with him in a totally different way from the Marlboro Man.
In light of the recent articles he and Andrew have written, I felt it important that an official “response” was registered. Hello Evan, OK, now that I’ve had a bit of time to sit down and reflect on our exchange over the past few weeks, I feel I’m in a better place to share my thoughts.
First, again, I want to thank you for taking the time out; I admit that I’m a persistent guy who can’t take “no” for an answer – but if I simply did what guys like you do, I’d never get anywhere or have anything in this world. The first thing I want to say is that I am deeply offended by your handling of me and more importantly, my website.
My old Just 4 Guys (J4G) web site has gone out of its way to take your concerns seriously, addressing them many times.
Moreover, I really do not appreciate the way you have repeatedly referred to the fellas over there in the most derisive terms – terms that are completely unfair and counterproductive. Two of the J4G team members, Ciaran and Morpheus, have gone out of their way to be fair and respectful on your own website – this, after both have been viciously personally attacked without nary a word from you to your regular readers not to do so or failing that, to at least tone it down.
She is the author/co-author of eight books, including the internationally best-selling “Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By You? It enables you to find and use your inner strength to live life to the fullest, reach your full potential and become all you are meant to be.
It’s an unlikely career for a man–much less a man who was called a “serial dater” by CNN–yet that’s what makes Katz such a unique coach.
By helping women understand men–what they think, how they act, and what they really want–he empowers them to make healthy, informed choices in love.
) of Christian Carters Interview with Evan Marc Katz. Men Don't Go Both Ways One of the fascinating ideas Evan stressed was that men don't go both ways.
He explained that there are two paradigms of men that women find attractive. Women are attracted to his strength and stability, but often complain that these types are emotionally unavailable.