The androsphere (also called the manosphere) is an umbrella term that covers many different male-dominated online communities, vlogs and blogs etc. The main reason they formed is because mainstream society seems apathetic to male-specific issues. The manosphere formed because males realized that males are disposable.
Due to the negative by-products of male disposability, many manospherian content creators, particularly vloggers, are proponents of the off-grid lifestyle as a way of guarding themselves against the negative by-products of male disposability, such as societal apathy to male-specific problems.
Proof of apathy to male problems[edit | edit source]
To anyone that wants evidence that society is apathetic to male-specific issues, look at the typical bluepilled / feminist response to male dating issues - the typical response is "so what?" or "who cares", "stop being entitled", "its the patriarchy", and other similar deflections.
Composition[edit | edit source]
Some subsets of the manosphere include mantactivists, MGTOW, TFLers, inceldom spectrum-males, hetooists, nofappers, redpillers, blackpillers, PUA, MRA's, the anti-bluepill. These androspherians are typically opposed to the pussypass, hybristophilia/scelerophilia, ravishoaxing, cacophobia, hypergamy, gynocentrism, androphobia (as well as specific forms of androphobia such as androheterophobia, androafrophobia and androethnophobia).
History[edit | edit source]
There is a noted difference in the manosphere in the compositions and interactions of different age groups in the manosphere between forums and vlogging channels, with forums having a tendency for an egalitarian relationship between different age cohorts, whilst on vlogging platforms this collaborative spirit disappears, and is replaced with a tendency for older men to provide mentorship-like comportments to younger men. Some members of the manosphere attempt to highlight health issues that are emblematic to contemporary men, such as a secular decline in sperm count and serum testosterone levels. 
MRAs Subpage Navigation
[Click to Open/Close]
See Also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Mountford, J. B. "Topic Modeling The Red Pill." Social Sciences 7.3 (2018): 42.