The Journal of Alternative Perspectives on the Martial Arts and Sciences
What we publish in InYo depends entirely on what is available. So if
you have material related to the martial arts and combative sports that
doesn't seem to fit anywhere else, please contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We don't claim to agree with everything written in the following links
(the feeling is doubtless mutual!), but we will say that these folks present
some alternative perspectives on the martial arts and sciences.
(Lori C. Patton, "Working out Your Own Salvation with Xena, Warrior Princess.")
("A hard man is good to beat.") and her links page for more fun: http://www.thevalkyrie.com/clubhouse/links/fighting.htm
is going to get you links to, well, babes with blades. (A female acting
group that offers great stuff.)
("The Combative Woman's Website"; mostly wrestling but some boxing, and
the "Thinking" link is great.)
("Despite the statements of some of our more Bitter Heartless Bitches,
Heartless Bitches International is NOT about Man-Hating. We don't discriminate
against stupidity, arrogance, irresponsibility, bloated egos, or immaturity
on the basis of gender.")
The first link is Isaac Bonewits' essay on warriors and soldiers; the
second and third are point/counterpoint. After reading them, also see the
"Journal of Combative Sports" announcements for links to Ralph Peters'
very different thoughts on the same subject.