"I wouldn't call myself passive, but we do reverse a few things. I'm more verbal than she is and more able to articulate. I care more about what she wears than she does. She's less into spending money than I am.…"
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Will, as far as seeing the laundry first,…"
G'Day fellow men,Came across this article by Naomi Wolf which provides an interesting spin on gender roles.Look forward to your thoughts and discussion...How the male brain can't see the laundry pile upNorth Americans of my generation grew up with the 1970s children's record Free to Be ... You and Me, on which Rosey Grier, an immense former gridiron star, sang It's All Right to Cry. The message: girls could be tough, and boys were allowed not to be.For almost 40 years, that era's Western…See More
The ability to be 'manly' rests with giving it the priority it deserves. What I mean by that is that unless we give ourselves the time and headspace to focus on maintaining our masculinity, we wont be the best fathers,…"
"Will, sincere thanks for such a personal, honest and insightful description of the Mankind Project.
Just surfing the www for info tends to highlight the extremes at both ends of the spectrum. Those that really hate it and those that are uncritically…"
"Follow the path of the unsafe, independent thinker. Expose your ideas to the dangers of controversy. Speak your mind and fear less the label of 'crackpot' than the stigma of conformity. And on issues that seem important to you, stand up and be counted at any cost." — Thomas J. Watson
'Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect' - Mark Twain
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Hello mates,Largely, my beard is good. Not perfect, though. Very thick on the chin, sideburns good, slightly patchy in the middle of the jaw, thin on neck (underside of jaw). For some unknown reason, the left side of my chin has thinned out quite a bit, and it looks lopsided. Not sure why.I do have a terrible habit of fiddling with my beard (and therefore pulling hairs) without intentionally doing it, and I continually try to find ways to subvert myself.Anyway, any ideas on a good beard…See More