"In a way, I think is kind of a shame that there is so much anxiety over something that probably would have been laughable to my father's generation. While growing up, to my knowledge anyway, I never heard any guy talk about shaving his…"
"Well I must agree to a point. I will not shave my pits or legs thats just not for me at all And never even considered my arms. If one day I start sporting back hair or start growing a sweater I will address it at the time. I am not a hairy guy so I…"
What's your take on men shaving/trimming their backs, chests, legs, and least we forget, the bean bag and pole among other places?Personally, I believe it's hygienic and perfectly natural as excessive hair came about through evolution for a reason 10,000 years ago for factors that not longer exist in most mens' lives. Also, it's better for those intimate moments when a partner doesn't want hair in their mouth.I'm not for shaving EVERYWHERE smooth. It gives men an effeminate look when their arms…See More
"Every man needs to have some degree of influence, authority, and power. I haven't read books on the first two yet but I have read The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene.
Beware, this book is very amoral but the laws (more appropriately called…"
"I can speak for my family - which contained at least 4 confederate soldiers in my immediate lineage.
I know they were opposed to slavery because they were buried in cemeteries in the Wesleyan Methodist churches they were baptized before the…"
"I don't want this to descend into a debate about the civil war. All I'm saying is I don't know what the common soldier was fighting for/thought they were fighting for, or what their family thought they were fighting for. In an age…"
"His history is extremely one sided. He completely ignores the fact that 4.5 slave states remained in the Union, 4.5 left the Union only after the attack on Fort Sumter, the same economic warfare England had used on the American colonies the North…"
"I think the thing about when neo-confederates pull out the "ordinary soldier didn't fight for slavery" argument is that few, if any, ever cite actual soldiers' words in support of this argument. Surely there are CSA soldier…"