Manifesto Being a man in the old days was quite simple. You learned two things from early on: fight to defend yourself and hunt for food. Those who could do it well, would turn out very well
in life and still take the girl home. That was the basic condition a father would demand from a young man when considering him to marry his daughter. And she didn’t expect much more either. In many cases, love was secondary. You wouldn’t see women putting together a long list of attributes they wanted in their future husband such as: “He must be caring, have a good sense of humor,
love going for long walks on the beach, be romantic, sensitive to my needs, smell good, love animals, accept me as I am, carry me in his arms when I’m tired, notice when I change my hair and compliment me, be a good listener, enjoy a conversation, be a friend, have a sense of fashion…” That just wouldn’t happen.” Can you and are you ready to protect me with your life? Can you support me as well as or better than my father? So put a ring here.” Simple as that. Alas, being a man in the 21st century is a different story. The world has changed. Women have changed. And many men are lagging behind and struggling to catch up. The result is there to be watched in 3D: Disoriented, Discontent and Discredited men.
Introducing IntelliMen You may already have guessed that the project name is a combination of the words intelligent and men. We chose this name because besides sounding like a superhero,
which every man secretly aspires to be since he was kid, it perfectly embodies the project’s aims: to build up intelligent and better men in everything. We are not promising superpowers yet
such as lifting buses with one finger, flying or invisibility but we’re working on it.