Interview with Jack Donovan (video)

I was honored to meet up with Jack Donovan and talk to him about masculinity and what it means to be a man in our modern world.

When I read his book, ‘The Way of Men‘, two years ago, it changed my perspective on life for the best. Feelings and confusions that I had been struggling with for a long time were cleared up and articulated through words that hit home with their truth. And I’m on a search for truth, it doesn’t matter how ugly or harsh it is, I want whats real–this book contains ugly truths and beautiful ways to live with them.

Donovan clearly illustrates and shows you how much our society has been designed specifically to suppress the masculine traits that any man with energy feels deep inside.

We have been raised in a system that tries to squash are most basic needs and desires and Donovan explains how necessary and vital it is to be able to express real masculinity.

He does it in a brilliant way that explains these concepts without watering them down with his own politics or ego. The ideas are stated in such a way that they are impossible to argue with.

Society is scared of masculinity and it should be. In the interview Jack explains how ‘the way of men is the way of the gang’ and how that is something to be feared, but it is also necessary to be able to go the way of the gang in order to display proper masculine virtue.

I can’t recommend the book enough. It changed my perspective for the best and shined a light on urges and desires that were contained deep in my soul.

I want to thank Jack for the opportunity to meet, chat, and sit down for the interview.

Let’s start the world brother.

Buy ‘The Way of Men’ here.

About Goldmund

Goldmund grew up a wild-child and was constantly being disciplined. Using ancient rituals and game, he broke free from the shackles of his mind and the norms of this backwards society. He frequents bars in Brooklyn, mountains in Mexico, and retreats to the desert. His passions are nature and women.

3 comments on “Interview with Jack Donovan (video)

  1. I haven’t read the book yet, but what he has to say certainly resonates with the real man inside. I’ve been talking about just this thing for years but rather than gang I call it a tribal identity. My experience is that quite a few young men get it but whenever you’re with a group there’s always one old fart who argues IMHO due to too many estrogen treatments.

    Thanks.

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