What Can a Gentleman Like and Not Like?

Disclaimer: This post is extremely similar to an article that I'll have going up on The Classy Libertarian next week. I just felt guilty for not having an article up last week, and I wanted something to write about for this week, so why not write about something that's fresh in my mind? In any case, … Continue reading What Can a Gentleman Like and Not Like?

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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

Stop Treating Sex as Purely a Health Issue

Evening gents, it's Max from the Young Gentleman's Guide here! I know you're probably tired of reading this, but I am so incredibly sorry for the lack of posts on the blog over the past few weeks. Not only was I finishing up with my first semester at San Francisco State which was incredibly stressful, … Continue reading Stop Treating Sex as Purely a Health Issue

Lessons in Manliness from the Vikings: Silence

Evening Gents, it's Jonah from The Young Gentleman's Guide here! Today is my first blog post. I'll be running a series of posts on lessons from Viking mythology and culture, taken from literature and historical reports, because I love history, literature, mythology, and stories in general. "But Jonah, the Vikings were little more than barbarian … Continue reading Lessons in Manliness from the Vikings: Silence

What Catholicism has Taught me, and What it can Teach Other Gentlemen

Welcome back gents! It's Max from the Young Gentleman's Guide here, back from my not-so-long hiatus to bring you some more advice on how to be true gentlemen! Unfortunately, since I'm currently swamped with classes and projects at San Francisco State, I'll have to cut back to one post a week, at least until our … Continue reading What Catholicism has Taught me, and What it can Teach Other Gentlemen