Afternoon gents, it’s Max from The Young Gentleman’s Guide here! So today, I'm going to get a bit more broad and general than most of my other articles, because today I'm going to talk about four (4) gentlemen who I believe are the best role models for any young gentlemen to look up to. These can be celebrities, … Continue reading 4 Role Models for Young Gentlemen
Afternoon gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! Before we begin, I'd like to address the obvious: this article will most likely come off as extremely biased, because I am a devout Catholic and will be very partial to the words of a bishop. Just know going in that I don't mean for it to … Continue reading Bishop Robert Barron’s Guide to Manliness
Afternoon gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! I’m so sorry I don’t have an original article for today, I just got a serious case of writer’s block. I still felt guilty about not having an article for you guys, so I decided to share this one that I published on The Classy Libertarian a while ago. This one isn’t very political, even though it is about a famous political figure. In any case, I hope you enjoy reading it, and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and support us on Patreon. And on that note, this is Max from The Young Gentleman’s Guide, and I’ll see you next time!
When I was in high school, my AP U.S. History teacher’s all-time favorite president was our 26th, Mr. Theodore Roosevelt himself. I will admit that I didn’t know much about Teddy until that class. All I really knew about him is that the “teddy bear” is named after him, and that he loved hunting and the outdoors. After practically an entire unit in that history class on Roosevelt, he quickly became one of my favorite presidents. Years later, I’ve come to realize that Teddy Roosevelt is essentially the personification of class and the perfect gentleman.
For starters, this guy was tough! Not only was Teddy a hardened soldier, but he was also an avid hunter and adventurer. He could probably navigate his way around the forest better than most of us could navigate our own house. In fact, he went on adventures all over the world before, during, and…
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Afternoon gents, it’s Max from The Young Gentleman’s Guide here! So, in case you've missed the first few articles about this subject, links here and here, I've started a little mini-series on the blog about how characters from movies and TV shows can teach young men to be true gentlemen, and now I've decided to open that up … Continue reading Reinhardt Wilhelm’s Guide to Manliness
Evening gents, it’s Max from The Young Gentleman’s Guide here! Today is the second article in our new series about how characters from movies and TV can teach us how to be men (name of which is TBD). So today, we're going to take a look at one of my favorite movies, and my favorite character from … Continue reading Westley’s Guide to Manliness
Evening gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! Before we get started, I just thought I should address some of the backlash that my last post has been getting as of late. I fully concede that I probably should have used more reliable sources than Prager University or Louder with Crowder, and I may have made … Continue reading Ron Swanson’s Guide to Manliness
Afternoon gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! First off, apologies from both Jonah and myself for not having any posts up for a while. I just started another semester at San Francisco State, and these first few weeks have truly thrown me for a loop and have really been testing my patience. In any … Continue reading Lessons In Manliness From My Grandfather
Evening gents, it's Max from The Young Gentleman's Guide here! Apologies for not putting up any posts last week, we decided to take a day off for Memorial Day. I was planning to put up a regular post on Friday, but the time just got away from me, with some old friends coming to visit. With … Continue reading Glenn Miller: True Gentleman, True American Hero