What is Equus About?

Greetings to one and all. There seems to be a bit of confusion among some people who signed up for the Equus Newsletter as to what they have gotten themselves into. I will attempt to set things straight.

FIRST: Don’t miss my latest satire, which is nearing completion, about an average guy who gets kicked around in a Politically Correct America of the future where all the police are gay, domestic robots sue their owners for alimony, and anyone with a Reparations Card can commandeer vehicles at will. Very funny! I will be posting details and excerpts at my new page at SubscribeStar.com. Your support is appreciated.

NOW, on to business: If you signed up for the Equus Publishing newsletter to obtain a discounted ebook—as many have—you might want to take a moment to learn what Equus Publishing is about. You may want to glance at the About Us tab and read it. A few subscribers, I believe, have not done that.

If you signed up for the newsletter, then you also signed up for the Posts that I periodically write. The newsletter arrives complete in your email. The Posts only arrive as a headline; you must click on the link to view the entire post. Newsletters are a bit milquetoast; Posts get into the nitty-gritty. If the heading makes one uncomfortable, one should think twice about clicking.

WHAT is Equus about? Equus is the Latin word for horse. In common English usage it typically refers to stallions, i.e., male horses. As the byline states and the logo suggests, Equus Publishing is dedicated to publishing Books For Men. While all are welcome, Equus Publishing was formed to explore and analyze masculine psychology, male perspectives of gender, and to promote discussion and publication of topics of primary interest to men, including topics that some may find upsetting.

One should not be surprised that a website entitled ‘Equus’ has something to do with men. Given the outlaw nature of masculinity in modern America, I founded this site to analyze, discuss, and promote masculinity, in discussion and in books. And given that Social Justice Warriors are, almost by definition, anti-male and often trash masculinity as a pastime, this site also often lampoons SJWs and exposes their many antics. I have written an entire series of three satirical novels devoted to lampooning SJWs, called Adventures of Maggie, the Radiated Lesbian Nun. In these very funny novels, lovable Maggie is the ideal SJW.

As you see, Equus Publishing is not calm and sedate. This is controversy. This site is against Political Correctness and says up front: there are no Safe Spaces here for marshmallows, snowflakes, and the Easily Offended. If you like to see honest commentary, and to read walloping good stories, from sci-fi to horror to social satire, then this place is for you. If that makes one uncomfortable, however, then maybe not.

—Glenn Lazar Roberts

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