The goal is to form a meaningful anti-feminist brotherhood. There are many men's rights supporters on the internet, but mostly they talk. Talk is educational, but it doesn't solve the problem. Solving the problem requires commitment and cooperation. Those joining the CoAlpha Brotherhood must pledge to cooperate and to follow any rules that we approve as group. Without a clear concept of membership and a real obligation to follow jointly agreed upon rules, nothing meaningful can be done.
Here are some practical examples of ways that I hope we can help each other:
We can help those who are single find good women. Those who live in non-feminist countries could help find women for those who live in feminist countries. And those, like me, who have married foreign women can ask their wives to help single men find women from the country that the wife came from.
We can investigate alternatives to legal marriage for those who have found a woman. I am already married, but this topic interests me and I would like to help the first CoAlpha who has this need. It would be great if a lawyer joined the brotherhood and could help.
To have a truly private forum where CoAlphas can discuss personal issues without worrying about their posts leaking to the outside world.
To encourage our wives/girlfriends to socialize with each other. Women are herd-like, so their behavior is controlled by how they see other women behave. As a simple example, support we organized a yearly get-together and each of us told our wife/girlfriend that the other women there would be conservatively dressed. Based on this, each wife would dress conservatively making this self-fulfilling. And the end result would be our wives getting together, all conservatively dressed, which would make all of the women more comfortable with conservative dress. I believe that the most important thing we can do to create a meaningful alternative culture is to encourage our families to get together in an environment controlled by us instead of by popular culture.
My long term dream is to see this grow into an alternative culture. Modern popular culture is broken and I want an alternative. The goals above are immediate steps that we can take in this direction. If enough join and we take enough steps away from the mainstream, we could have something like the Amish or Hasidic Jews who have managed to build their own free independent cultures.
Thanks for the support. If you think this is a good idea, you may consider joining.
I recently moved to El Paso, which is on the border with Mexico, so that I can set up a matchmaking service to help American men meet Mexican women. I hope this practical service will help grow CoAlpha.
"My long term dream is to see this grow into an alternative culture. Modern popular culture is broken and I want an alternative. The goals above are immediate steps that we can take in this direction. If enough join and we take enough steps away from the mainstream, we could have something like the Amish or Hasidic Jews who have managed to build their own free independent cultures."
It is my dream as well. It can be done. Even just 5-10 of us, highly dedicated, can eventually form an actual community somewhere in the world. It will take blood, sweat, and tears. But it can be done.
Since this thread is named 'Goals,' I thought it would be good to revive it. What we need right now are short term goals in order to get CoAlpha back up again. It will be a gradual process.
So, for the first set of goals:
We need a better website. This forum, like all of yours, Franklin, has great resources. But it looks like a plain white wall. I was imagining what a CoAlpha site with more appeal and organization would look like. A homepage with different tabs to click on (for example: About, Resources, Contact, Forums...normal website/blog stuff in other words) and some more eye-appeal. Something, perhaps, that has a layout that looks something like Happier Abroad. Winston is good at putting messages on his site, and marketing. Don't get me wrong - I hate marketing. But these tactics would be useful for a good cause.
In addition, a blog would be good. A Youtube channel is another possibility I'm throwing out there. I can't access Youtube here in China even though I have a VPN now, so this will be up to somebody else. It isn't essential by any means. But if any CoAlphas are interested, it will have to be someone else who makes this. I may be able to start a blog, and I could try creating a website. I know nothing about web design myself. I can learn some things, and I think I could make a decent layout for a website.
Fishing for new members is needed for now. Activity and communication is what will really revive CoAlpha. Franklin, I know you post on HA. Are you still posting on other sites which might help us find like-minded men? I'm on HA. But I still have accounts on love-shy and on an incel site, where I can attempt to find like-minded men.