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* GasSiphoning: The site has a complete step-by-step guide on how to siphon gas from vehicles by sucking with the mouth.


* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Explored, deconstructed, and ultimately debunked. The idea that women only want bad boys or "assholes" has a few articles dedicated to such a notion, all of which paint the mindset as thoroughly toxic and self-destructive.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Explored, deconstructed, and ultimately debunked. debunked by several articles. The idea that women only want bad boys or "assholes" has a few articles dedicated to such a notion, all of which paint the this mindset as thoroughly toxic and self-destructive.self-destructive, calling anyone who seriously believes in such a mindset a loser.



* BadassInANiceSuit: The site promotes wearing suits and looking as fashionable as possible.

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* BadassInANiceSuit: The site promotes wearing suits and looking as fashionable as possible.possible as a SharpDressedMan.



* CulturedBadass: Encouraged. The website promotes masculine values like intelligence, both academic and emotional, as well as advice on how a man can paint himself as a badass, mostly by reading and indulging in culture.

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* CulturedBadass: Encouraged. The website promotes masculine values like intelligence, both intelligence (both academic and emotional, emotional), as well as advice on how a man can paint himself as a badass, mostly by reading and indulging in culture.



* DoggedNiceGuy: Discouraged. The self-described "nice guy" (complete with air quotes) is portrayed frequently as a self-hating, passive-aggressive loser who isn't as nice as he thinks he is. There are several articles arguing this point, as well as several more telling such "nice guys" how to escape from this mindset.
* GeniusBruiser: The site encourages men to train both athletically and intellectually.

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* DoggedNiceGuy: Discouraged. The self-described "nice guy" "Nice Guy" (complete with air quotes) quotes and CamelCase) is portrayed frequently as a self-hating, passive-aggressive loser who isn't as nice as he thinks he is. There are several articles arguing this point, as well as several more telling such "nice guys" "Nice Guys" how to escape from this mindset.
* GeniusBruiser: The site encourages men to train both athletically and intellectually. There's a huge number of articles related to exercise, workouts, and fitness.



* MasculinityTropes: It's right there in the site's name. It examines masculinity from every which way by highlighting the good and bad points of being a man, as well as how to develop the former and avoid the latter.
* MenAreBetterThanWomen: Averted. While it is chock full of advice towards men on how to live up to the traditional ideals of proactiveness, wisdom, personal strength, independence, elegance, and chivalry, it doesn't assert the superiority of men over women in any way, explicit or implicit. It should be noted that one of the site's owners and main contributors is a woman.

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* MasculinityTropes: It's right there in the site's name. It The site examines masculinity from every which way by highlighting the good and bad points of being a man, as well as how to develop the former and avoid the latter.
* MenAreBetterThanWomen: Averted. While it The site is chock full of advice towards men on how to live up to the traditional masculine ideals of proactiveness, wisdom, personal strength, independence, elegance, and chivalry, chivalry. At the same time, it doesn't assert the superiority of men over women in any way, explicit or implicit. It should be noted that one of the site's owners and main contributors is a woman.



* RatedMForManly: Oh yeah. Note that this refers to the classic definition of manliness (being a good husband and father, being honest and hard-working, protecting the weak, taking responsibilty for your own decisions, etc.), not to be confused with [[TestosteronePoisoning the exaggerated machismo the internet has turned the concept into]].

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* RatedMForManly: Oh yeah. Note that this refers to the classic definition of manliness (being a good husband and father, being honest and hard-working, protecting the weak, taking responsibilty responsibility for your own decisions, etc.), not to be confused with [[TestosteronePoisoning the exaggerated machismo the internet has turned the concept into]].


* {{Ubermensch}}: Creator/FriedrichNietzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.

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* {{Ubermensch}}: Creator/FriedrichNietzche's Creator/FriedrichNietzsche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.


* {{Ubermensch}}: Creator/FriedrichNeitzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.

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* {{Ubermensch}}: Creator/FriedrichNeitzche's Creator/FriedrichNietzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.


* {{Ubermensch}}: Creator/FriedrichNietzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.

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* {{Ubermensch}}: Creator/FriedrichNietzche's Creator/FriedrichNeitzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.


* {{Ubermensch}}: UsefulNotes/FriedrichNietzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.

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* {{Ubermensch}}: UsefulNotes/FriedrichNietzche's Creator/FriedrichNietzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.


* {{Ubermensch}}: Nietzschie's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.

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* {{Ubermensch}}: Nietzschie's UsefulNotes/FriedrichNietzche's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.


[[http://artofmanliness.com/ The Art Of Manliness]] is a weblog dedicated to giving and sharing advice on how to live up to traditional ideals of manliness. It could be summed up as a perpetually evolving manual on how to be a GentlemanAndAScholar.

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[[http://artofmanliness.com/ The Art Of of Manliness]] is a weblog dedicated to giving and sharing advice on how to live up to traditional ideals of manliness. It could be summed up as a perpetually evolving manual on how to be a GentlemanAndAScholar.
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* ShavingIsScience: Totally deconstructed and debunked. The problems caused by modern shaving products are discussed and the benefits of traditional single blade safety razors and straight razors are praised.


* SmokingisCool: Though they usually warn about its risks.

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* SmokingisCool: SmokingIsCool: Though they usually warn about its risks.


[[http://artofmanliness.com/ The Art Of Manliness]] is a weblog dedicated to giving and sharing advice on how to live up to traditional ideals of manliness; it could be summed up as a perpetually evolving manual on how to be a GentlemanAndAScholar.

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[[http://artofmanliness.com/ The Art Of Manliness]] is a weblog dedicated to giving and sharing advice on how to live up to traditional ideals of manliness; it manliness. It could be summed up as a perpetually evolving manual on how to be a GentlemanAndAScholar.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Explored and ultimately debunked. See Nice Guys Finish Last entry below.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Explored Explored, deconstructed, and ultimately debunked. See Nice Guys Finish Last entry below.The idea that women only want bad boys or "assholes" has a few articles dedicated to such a notion, all of which paint the mindset as thoroughly toxic and self-destructive.



* BadassBookworm: It encourages being well read. There are many book reviews, lists, and passages.

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* BadassBookworm: It The site encourages being well read.well-read and intelligent. There are many book reviews, lists, and passages.



* CulturedBadass

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* CulturedBadassCulturedBadass: Encouraged. The website promotes masculine values like intelligence, both academic and emotional, as well as advice on how a man can paint himself as a badass, mostly by reading and indulging in culture.



* DoggedNiceGuy: Discouraged. The self-described "nice guy" (complete with air quotes) is portrayed frequently as a self-hating, passive-aggressive loser who isn't as nice as he thinks he is. There are several articles arguing this point, as well as several more telling such "nice guys" how to escape from this mindset.



* MasculinityTropes: They obviously show up a ''lot''.
* MenAreBetterThanWomen: Averted; while it is chock full of advice towards men on how to live up to the traditional ideals of proactiveness, wisdom, personal strength, independence, elegance, and chivalry, it doesn't assert the superiority of men over women in any way, explicit or implicit. It should be noted that one of the site's owners and main contributors is a woman.
* MenAreUncultured: The entire site could be seen as a guide to completely destroy this trope.
* NiceGuysFinishLast: Averted. The site promotes honesty, integrity, and proper manners. In a few podcasts and articles, it debunks the notion of the DoggedNiceGuy, who they say is often not nearly as nice as he thinks but is rather passive agressive and often too insecure to be honest. This gives the illusion that girls will go for the bad boys. In reality, it's all about confidence and a respectable, confident man will almost always succeed.
* RealMenLoveJesus: Downplayed. It is a secular website but many of the contributers are Christian so they mention their faith from time to time.

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* MasculinityTropes: They obviously show up It's right there in the site's name. It examines masculinity from every which way by highlighting the good and bad points of being a ''lot''.
man, as well as how to develop the former and avoid the latter.
* MenAreBetterThanWomen: Averted; while Averted. While it is chock full of advice towards men on how to live up to the traditional ideals of proactiveness, wisdom, personal strength, independence, elegance, and chivalry, it doesn't assert the superiority of men over women in any way, explicit or implicit. It should be noted that one of the site's owners and main contributors is a woman.
* MenAreUncultured: The entire site could be seen as a guide to completely destroy subvert this trope.
trope. Besides being a proper gentleman, it encourages the indulgence of culture.
* NiceGuysFinishLast: Averted. The site promotes honesty, integrity, and proper manners. In a few podcasts and articles, it debunks the notion of the DoggedNiceGuy, who they say is often not nearly as nice as he thinks but is rather passive agressive passive-aggressive and often too insecure to be honest. This gives the illusion that girls will go for the bad boys. In reality, it's all about confidence and confidence; the site argues that a respectable, confident man will almost always succeed.
* RealMenLoveJesus: Downplayed. It is a secular website website, but many of the contributers contributors are Christian Christian, so they mention their faith from time to time.time. Faith is not in and of itself painted as a masculine ideal, but there are a few articles on the subject of faith and manliness all the same.


* Übermensch: Nietzschie's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.

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* Übermensch: {{Ubermensch}}: Nietzschie's life and philosophy are concisely analyzed in a two part series which praises his life-affirming outlook.


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* MenAreUncultered: The entire site could be seen as a guide to completely destroy this trope.

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* MenAreUncultered: MenAreUncultured: The entire site could be seen as a guide to completely destroy this trope.

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