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Males insecurity?

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I Radiate Success

"“I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.” -- Abe Lincoln Mercy is as important as justice, Josh."
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David the C replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Cricket
"Cricket nut here, but them I'm from Oz so it comes naturally.  I've even been writing a cricket blog and a few books (www.17thmandiary) I watch my sons play a lot of cricket - they're both pretty good so it's quite…"
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Gender Identity vs Gender Expression Or How I Figured Out People Have NO Idea What Masculinity Is

Just asking some opinions and experiences of those who may know transgendered people who are FtM. I recently had a discussion with a group who said, basically, "I want to become a man, present as a man, but I do not care about my masculinity." These folks are convinced that there is basically nothing to masculinity, that the ideals/actions we hold dear are mere societal constructions along with "the patriarchy".What nonsense is this? Can anyone explain how you might be able to twist yourself…See More
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Aidan Campbell-Wilkins replied to Aidan Campbell-Wilkins's discussion Got my hair trimmed, need help on styling.
"Oh no, I'm not a Tahitian, I'm Tahltan. We speak English and the few elders left can speak Tahltan.This is our traditional territory.  And these are the different areas of Athabaskan people:"
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David Johns posted a discussion

Males insecurity?

I am beginning to wonder if -- at least in Western societies -- men are more insecure than women are.  Example: Conversation on TV about buying school supplies before they are mostly gone.  One person said, "Yeah, you don't want to need a backpack for your son and only have hot pink ones available!"If this were reversed, I don't think many girls (or their parents) would feel weird having a blue backpack.I remember learning years ago that in many so-called "primitive" cultures, adolescent boys…See More
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Bentley Gowans posted a discussion

Survey's and Interview's

   I'm looking to create a survey about how people have learned, followed, or began a direction in their life when it comes to work. Especially for those who are in their twenties and have "found" that direction.   There are also a few who have great stories that I would like to tell and need a little help on conducting an interview.   What has helped you create a "great" survey, or conduct a "great" interview?See More
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David the C replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Manliest Vehicle You Actually Own(ed)
"Manliest vehicle I've ever owned I own now - 2007 Toyota Previa V6,  Got to be manly to fill it up with kids. But it's not cool. Coolest is harder.  My next car is going to be cool - and something the kids aren't allowed to…"
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