The country needs men and women who make room for each other to think, who listen to each other. In the old story, women waited while men acted. In this new story, we can all act together.
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Most days you're okay with being only a teacher and not really a man. Today, this morning, is not one of those days. But in a few hours, I'll be in my classroom teaching. And I'll get over it.
Newsweek's article made me laugh out loud, not because of our wretched American Male populace, but because I recognized my own experience in their lament.
Recent articles have painted a devastating picture of the current state of America's men, from their earning potential to their downright relevance.
A poll of 15,000 women that rated the world's best and worst lovers found that German men topped the worst list because they were deemed "too smelly,"...
Maybe this is an overdue recognition that men -- traditionally socialized to be strong, to deny their flaws adamantly -- are finally able to come face to face with them.
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