F. Roger Devlin

8 11 2009

There are 4 articles by F. Roger Devlin relating to changes in Western mating habits that are available online. If there are any more, I don’t know about them. He writes for the Occidental Quarterly, which is extremely politically incorrect. I haven’t read much of the work published there, but I’m sure that many of the authors are widely considered to be white supremacists or at least racial nationalists or something. I don’t much care, as these articles are not about race. Ignoring that, many are still likely to find this author extremely offensive. Devlin has nothing good to say about feminism. Not now, not in 1962, not ever. That and he says things like, “Marriage, like most useful things, was probably invented by men…”

The first is Sexual Utopia in Power (pdf), published in the Summer 2006 issue of the Occidental Quarterly. He talks describes how feminism came about and changed things with greater clarity and understanding than I’ve seen anywhere else.

The second is Rotating Polyandry – And It’s Enforcers (pdf), published in the Summer 2007 issue of the Occidental Quarterly. He reviews two books, one asking why women leave seemingly happy marriages, and one about the ruthlessness of the state in punishing men for marrying women that later leave them. Any male considering marriage needs to read this twice.

The third is called The Feminine Sexual Counter-Revolution and it’s Limitations (pdf), written for but not published in the Occidental Quarterly. Here he reviews a recent book by Wendy Shalit (author of A Return to Modesty).

The fourth is simply called Home Economics (html), and was published in several parts on a website called The Last Ditch. This is sort-of a repackaging of the same ideas. If you read none of the rest, read this.

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