You want to know what I love about the Manosphere?
A ton of things.
But one of the more intellectually interesting things is you never see the person, and therefore never know what race they are, until you meet them in person.
This means that the Manosphere (or any anonymous internet community) strips away:
from its participants and allows them to form bonds on the only thing that matters - intelligence and the person.
For example, talking to Danny from 504, I could have sworn I was going to hang out with a lanky, tall black guy for the evening. Instead when I showed up he was the complete opposite - a short white dude with bad vision. Wintery Knight. Thought he was a typical Lutheran type white guy. You know, pastey, short, balding etc.. Nope, black dude.
But here's the point. What I love about my completely horrible batting average about guessing the race, ethnicity, etc., of various participants, readers, and writers in the Manosphere is that it shows you that men will form bonds, appreciation, and respect for fellow men based on their intellect, character, and caliber and NOT their race, because ultimately the race doesn't matter. The Manosphere, and to larger extent, internet, strips away all the unnecessary and irrelevant traits and leaves you with THE MAN. The CORE. The INDIVIDUAL.
Ergo, why I don't give a flying fuck when I'm accused of racism, sexism, bigotry, or what have you, because if you want a testatment to your character as to whether or not you become friends with somebody for themselves and not what they look like, then the Manosphere, its anonymity, and the friends you make here is the raceless ideal that leftists and liberals can only envy.