Trolling for a Living: The Best of Matt Forney, Volume One [NOOK Book]

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A Compilation of the Best Writing on Masculinity and Modern Life

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Trolling for a Living: The Best of Matt Forney, Volume One

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Overview

A Compilation of the Best Writing on Masculinity and Modern Life

Trolling for a Living is a compilation of 40 of my best blog posts from the first year of MattForney.com. They include topics on game, sex, masculinity, self-improvement, American society, humor and more.

Here is a sample of 8 titles included in the compilation…

-You’re Damn Right I’m Shaming You!
-All the Young Dudes
-A Requiem for the American Dream
-Planet of the Bitches
-Feminism and the Men’s Rights Movement as Ideological Autism
-Why I’m Not Voting Anymore
-Ordinary Internet People: I Hate ‘Em
-Fat Acceptance is the Future

The book is organized into four chapters…

1. Masculinity: Articles on men and manliness
2. Femininity: On women and traditional sex roles
3. Philosophy: Essays on American society and life
4. Humor: Comedy and satire

The ideas, advice, and analysis in Trolling for a Living represent an examination of masculinity, femininity and men and women’s roles in society.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016692388
  • Publisher: MattForney.com
  • Publication date: 4/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 222
  • File size: 478 KB

Meet the Author

Matt Forney was born in 1988 in Rome, New York and grew up in nearby Syracuse. A graduate of Christian Brothers Academy, he later attended SUNY Plattsburgh and the University at Albany, majoring in English and journalism. A former retail wage slave, bureaucrat and ditch-digger, Matt began writing under his real name in 2012 to chronicle a hitchhiking trip he took from Syracuse to Portland, Oregon.
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