Swing: A True Gentleman’s Music

Afternoon gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! Today, I want to talk about a style of music that sadly is in danger of becoming a lost relic of the past, much like the art of being a gentleman, that being big band swing. Becoming popular in the 1930s and then practically becoming the soundtrack … Continue reading Swing: A True Gentleman’s Music

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Max Winters: a true gentleman in our modern world

Afternoon gents, it’s Max from The Young Gentleman’s Guide here! So, it’s been a pretty crazy week for me with 4th of July celebrations and family visiting from out of town. This led me to fall behind a bit in my writing, but I didn’t want to go without an article today, so here we are! This is an interview that I had with A Vintage Athenian a few weeks ago all about being a gentleman in the modern age. It was incredibly fun and a great experience for both of us! In any case, please be sure to share the post, follow the blog, follow The Young Gentleman’s Guide on FacebookTwitter, 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!

A Vintage Athenian💋

Hello my darlings!

So if you’ve read my post about how to truly be vintage, you must have seen how a man was acting back then. The term “gentleman” is unfortunately pretty much lost nowadays, but I’m proud to say that I have met some true and amazing gentlemen in my life. The one of them was my amazing grandpa, who I didn’t have the chance to meet since he died when I was very little. The other, is my beloved father who’s always there for all of us. The third one is our dear friend Malachi who unfortunately left us some days ago. I’m sure he’s taking care of us from above though and despite his death, he still lives through our memories. I am very sure he inspired many men to become true gentlemen and many women to get in the vintage lifestyle (as he did with…

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Why I Consider Myself “Vintage”

Afternoon gents, it’s Max from The Young Gentleman’s Guide here! So, this article is going to be a little different from my other ones, and that's because I wanted to talk a little bit my personal beliefs and values and how that led me to consider myself "vintage". For starters, a lot of my ideas for this article … Continue reading Why I Consider Myself “Vintage”

Gratitude: A Gentleman’s Greatest Quality

Afternoon gents, it's Max from The Young Gentleman's Guide here! First of all, my sincerest apologies for not putting anything out for the past few weeks. I was caught in the darkest pits of finals at San Francisco State, but now that school's out, I should be back to posting regularly for you wonderful readers! … Continue reading Gratitude: A Gentleman’s Greatest Quality

The Gentleman’s (and Lady’s) Guide to the 2nd Amendment and Gun Ownership

Afternoon gents, it's Max from The Young Gentleman's Guide here. So, this post will likely be extremely controversial, so if it ends up getting taken down for any reason, let the record show that it was WordPress that took it down, not me or Jonah. Like I said in an earlier post, a gentleman stands up for … Continue reading The Gentleman’s (and Lady’s) Guide to the 2nd Amendment and Gun Ownership

A Gentleman Stands Up For What He Believes In

Afternoon gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! So, one of our latest posts, The 1950s: The Greatest Generation for Families, has received quite a bit of heat lately, which isn't very surprising. Now, we here at The Young Gentleman's Guide are always open to a thoughtful and cordial conversation, and we were made aware of quite … Continue reading A Gentleman Stands Up For What He Believes In

The 1950s: The Greatest Generation for Families

Afternoon gents, it’s Max from the Young Gentleman’s Guide here! So I've made it abundantly clear that I love just about anything having to do with the 1950s. The cars, the music, the fashion, and probably my favorite thing, the emphasis on the family! I've also made it just as clear that I was born and raised … Continue reading The 1950s: The Greatest Generation for Families

Lessons in Manliness from the Vikings: Temperance

Doesn't this just look great? It's probably too much to eat healthily. Evening Gents, it's Jonah from The Young Gentleman's Guide here! First off, Max and I apologize (again) for the inconsistent posting schedule. Breaks for Christmas, school, and a massive fire that attacked our hometown have thrown things for a loop. But like manly … Continue reading Lessons in Manliness from the Vikings: Temperance