There is gold in them thar hills! Dr. F politely requests the pleasure of your company for a history lesson on gold down under. And the gold up above, walking around on two legs and being followed.
Society is very keen on men getting in touch with their inner, perhaps hidden feminine. It would balance us and make us more whole as human beings. Keeping that in mind, Paul Elam has taken on the challenge.
Male privilege is of course all the rage in feminist circles. Being powerless, victimized women, they can only stare at that privilege from a distance and yearn for its realization. Paul Elam wants to help them. As a matter of fact, he insists on it.
I have the pussy, so I make the rules. It is one of life’s truisms that people just tend to accept without thinking about. Well, except for people like JtO, who bends that rule to its absolute breaking point.
Sometimes what looks like power and privilege is just a burden in disguise. Such is the lot of men who carry what some call a throne on their breaking backs.
This is an especially dangerous system for men since it is only the benevolence and forbearance of their female partners—the love of their female partners—that prevents them from being sent to the glue factory.
With power comes responsibility. Unless you are a woman wielding sexual power. If that is the case, the world is expected to pretend that you are powerless. All must remain silent. Except for JTO.
The exhibited effort to re-enforce the disposability of a segment of humanity in defence of the privilege provided for by that same human damage is so naked in Lucia Maria’s posting it could pass for satire.
Typhonblue returns with one of signature stories of old. This one a tale of a young princess in a box and the price the world around her paid for her living in it. Sometimes fairy tales seem a lot like real life in modern times.Maybe they always do.
Everyone once in a while we examine what passes for wisdom on the pages of the Good Men Project Magazine. The only thing for sure on this one is that it doesn’t pass for wisdom here.