Reports of his demise were apparently premature.
He was one of the original leaders of The National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood
Upon notification of his passing back in the summer of 2013, several of the organization regulars publicly reacted:
"No Ma'am has probably been the most helpful resource in terms of my own personal Red Pill journey - Pook, Bonecrcker, Zen Priest, etc. as well as Rob's own Philosophy of MGTOW. Thank you, Rob." - Anonymous
"F_ck. I hope he stays around to comment... Or creates a new blog :)" - Deansdale
"One of my favorite bloggers, writers, and thinkers. Hope he comes back from time to time in some incarnation or another." - xsplat
Looks like Deansdale and xsplat got what they asked for...
For those of you who regularly visit to use my blogroll as your gateway to the lunatic fringe of these fever swamp on teh Interwebz, you have no doubt noticed recently updated postings on the No Ma'am blog, with every post referencing a newly published work...all for the unbeatable price of $FREE.99!
Check it out:
"The following pages will attempt to speak clearly without regard for personal feelings - we are seeking the Truth and trying not to perpetuate falsehoods simply out of politically correct fear. Sometimes the Truth hurts - but it's still neccessary to have it. There are certainly anti-feminist sentiments to be found here but make no mistake, this isn't a social justice warrior's treatise trying to foment some men's movement to counter feminism.
Movements, like herds and harems, are the domain of the Feminine Principle. It would be anti-thetical to the Masculine Principle to attempt to counter the Feminine Principle by mimicking it - that's where androgyny comes from, a condition I completely abhor and reject.
The Masculine Principle must be masculine, and one of its features, which will be discussed later on, is its ability to seek the Truth so we can better understand the structure of the world about us. It's something men have been doing since the beginning of time, and this book will attempt to continue in that ancient, masculine tradition."