"We usually have a handout that is pretty provocative. We read one or two paragraphs and open for discussion. It works pretty well. Jason's Evert's Pure Manhood is a great one that provides short read and plenty of food…"
"Sounds fantastic. How do you set up the discussions? Do you state the topic a week in advance, or just prep things and give a bit of a talk followed by some questions for discussion?
I love the guest speakers, such a good idea!
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What a great idea, and when I get settled in a school from September it will be something I look at. How do you structure it/sell it to pupils? Each week have a topic to discuss or…"
"I doubt this would ever fly in my area unless it was positioned as a support/mentoring group for boys. I'm sure someone would complain that a club "focused on masculinity" would be too exclusive or would be a reinforcement of…"
"High School grades 9-12. Discussions get animated when it revolves around relationships, sex, etc. But usually no resistance form the boys. From some colleagues, slight grumbling but overwhelmingly positive."
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"Categorizing--or differentiating--is simply a systematic process. Criticizing, marginalizing, hating, etc., involve emotional and moral content. I see nothing wrong with the former as long it does not lead to the latter."
"This is a nice story. My last two relationships have been similar (this includes my current one), and the other one lasted a year and a half. As great as I am sure 'L' is, you have to make decisions based on what is best for you. That…"
Hey folks, quick question here.I'm a Canadian from Ontario finishing up a master's in the UK before returning to the home country for professional school. Things are good and I'm very lucky.Before I left in September I got to know one of the girls at my undergrad uni a bit better. Let's call her L. I've known who L. was for a while, but didn't really speak to her much: different years and programs. We were at a party together and spent the whole night talking and flirting, and I would have…See More