"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."
Virtual staff room for visionary teachers of every discipline. This is a good place for educators to discuss their collective role in society--particularly in regards to their duty as role models for young men. What does it mean to be a male role model for young boys in the classroom? How can we serve them best? See More
"Really I think you are over thinking it.
She may not have been attractive to you, not because you where not a man. It could be she did not know anything about you. But since you asked her out and showed interest she double checked and…"
"If you stay with her, this is what you'll get: coldness (if that's what it is), flirting with other men, sleeping with other men, and lying about it. Also the thing about wanting to build a life with you, kids, &c.…"
"It exists, is not the norm, and there's a better way. But: where do you hope to go with this discussion?
If this isn't an Introduction, you can move it to another part of Forums (Relationships & Family?) even after…"
What follows is quite a long, complicated story but your patience would be appreciated...My problem is with my girlfriend that I have been with for 3 years. I met her initially through a friend who had been seeing her previously amongst other girls. We hit it off, started a relationship and have lived together off and on in expat communities for the past three years.Throughout that time I feel like I have been the one who has held the relationship together. I am loving, affectionate and come…See More
Many men accept that women run their relationships, their marriages. It's often the butt of many jokes in sitcoms, Hollywood movies and real life. Only in America does this seem to exist. Or does it? Is this just how it is? Or is there a better way for men to coexist in relationships?