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Milo Morris's Discussions

ManMade Mentoring

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wynne Apr 20. 3 Replies

A School that Works for Black Boys

Started this discussion. Last reply by Milo Morris Mar 26. 9 Replies

 

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Milo Morris replied to Lucas Stickan's discussion Virile Agitur
"LOL!!Google translate is awful with Latin. It also helps to know when the Latin phrase is being used in a specific context virile agitur = the manly thing, or the manly thing is being…"
May 21
Milo Morris replied to Mongoose's discussion Interesting: Penis Transplant
"He probably did not get to choose for himself. With all the testing, blood typing, tissue matching, etc., I'm sure he had to go with whatever would work medically. This is a creepy situation, but I'm just happy to see the guy was made…"
May 19
Milo Morris replied to Phil Penten's discussion What are you reading to become a better man?
"Right now I'm reading Jack Donovan's Becoming a Barbarian. Its the follow-up to his book The Way of Men, which I cannot recommend highly enough. Becoming a Barbarian deals (at least so far) with extricating oneself psychologically and…"
May 18
Milo Morris replied to Parker Tasman's discussion Transgender Men
"When I was in college, I had a male roomate in the same situation. He was born with, and developed some very female biological traits. His chromosomes said "male," but his hormones said "female." I don't know if any of his…"
May 18
Milo Morris replied to Salt Dragon's discussion Sexual identity as a societal construct? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"hehehe...The Rice Party vs. the Potato Party!! I think this article underscores my point about the difference between sexual orientation and sexual identity. The way I see it, orientation--whether it is driven by biology or environment--is an…"
May 18
Milo Morris replied to Salt Dragon's discussion Sexual identity as a societal construct? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Where I think Benkof goes off the rails is that he is using history and anthropology to rule out biology. Cultural factors do not necessarily negate any/all biological factors. As with most things, nature & nurture work together to create an…"
May 18
Milo Morris replied to Phil Penten's discussion I'm a new aromantic ace. Any questions? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Welcome.  If you don't want to teach, just change your major. Depending on your school the switch might add some years, but if you think its worth pursuing, go for it."
May 1
Milo Morris replied to Edward Warden's discussion dark semen in the group Health of Men
"Can you be a little more specific about the color? "
Apr 21
Wynne replied to Milo Morris's discussion ManMade Mentoring
"Good to see young men taking an active role in improving their school."
Apr 20
Milo Morris replied to David R.'s discussion "Damaged masculinity"
"I'm sure that these kids' masculinity was indeed damaged...along with everything else about them. The focus on masculinity here betrays the Lefty bias of both Rosenwald and Langman. Oh...wait...this piece is in WaPo, so I shouldn't…"
Apr 20
Carl Monster replied to Milo Morris's discussion ManMade Mentoring
"Excellent!"
Apr 15
M. replied to Milo Morris's discussion ManMade Mentoring
"That is awesome. "
Apr 15
Milo Morris posted a discussion

ManMade Mentoring

This looks like a good program, and could certainly help boys of any ethnicity.ManMade Mentoring impacts Stephenson Middle SchoolPosted by R. Scott Belzer on April 15, 2016 in DeKalb News, EducationFor five hours on March 19, a group of 22 Stephenson Middle School boys received a lesson in manhood. As part of author John Dennis’ pilot ManMade Mentoring Program, the group scrubbed, scraped, washed, mopped and swept four Stephenson Middle School bathrooms. The 22 middle school students were…See More
Apr 15
Milo Morris replied to Tess Jane's discussion A lady that loves The Art of Manliness
"Welcome, Tess. We have had women in here before who contributed some very valuable posts on various topics. I also know of one woman who lurks here because she enjoys reading what the guys have to say."
Apr 11
Mike Flynn replied to Milo Morris's discussion What Inside: What's inside a Rattlesnake Rattle?
"Too funny I watched that just this morning. It was a very interesting vid!"
Apr 8
Milo Morris posted a discussion

What Inside: What's inside a Rattlesnake Rattle?

I thought this was a pretty cool video. I also think the whole What's Inside series is pretty cool. A father and son explore the world together. What could be better?More at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSrPuHtKbst7Zy8pyWn_3CgSee More
Apr 8

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Some humor

Posted on April 21, 2012 at 11:46am 1 Comment

I found this on FB. Suits me to a T.

Soldier leaves legacy much larger than 'he was gay'

Posted on July 6, 2011 at 10:06pm 1 Comment

I'm posting this everywhere I hang online. I've been amazed by this young man ever since his story first broke in March.

 

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Rosemount, Minnesota (CNN) -- Andrew Wilfahrt changed his gait in the weeks before going off to basic training. He walked more upright. He bulked up with weights. He spoke with a deep Robocop voice. He acted "manly."



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At 9:42am on January 7, 2016, Regular Joe said…

Happy new year to you too! I remember you had mentioned the Gullah in the past so I figured you might find it interesting! We had similar intermarrying phenomena up here, too, except it was mostly between the indigenous people and French colonizers. The result is a distinct ethnic group called Métis; they have their own language, culture and traditions, and they are recognized as one of the aboriginal peoples of Canada. African Canadians also have a long and rich history in Canada but there's little to no known historical intermarriage with the indigenous peoples. Rather, it all started with Mathieu Da Costa, who was one of Samuel de Champlain's guides and interpreters; he was from Bénin and was the first free black person to ever set foot in Canada. Canada was the final stop of the Underground Railroad so a lot of history of African Canadians is rooted in the story of freed American slaves settling up here. Many integrated into Canadian cities while many other founded African Canadian communities of their own. For example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Africville

At 8:53am on January 7, 2016, Regular Joe said…

Hi Milo! I haven't watched this yet but I get the feeling it might be up your alley:

https://news.vice.com/video/a-vanishing-history-gullah-geechee-nation?utm_source=vicenewsfb

At 2:26pm on May 20, 2015, Milo Morris said…

Thank you Kenneth. Its nice of you to say that.

At 2:05pm on May 20, 2015, Kenneth said…

You and I would probably disagree in a number of areas, but I really have to say that I respect how thoughtfully you express yourself and the fact that you (unlike too many men on here) have the ability to look at the larger picture in discussions on controversial topics. 

At 6:15pm on March 6, 2015, Kev said…

Thank you matey :)

At 1:48pm on May 25, 2014, Pale Horse said…

Thanks, Milo. The feeling is mutual.

At 4:26pm on January 24, 2013, Marlie said…

I read your spiel on marriage, civil unions, etc. Yup, it's official, I love you. :)

At 12:27pm on August 17, 2012, Marlie said…

You're welcome, Milo. :)

At 12:15pm on August 16, 2012, Marlie said…

Hi Milo! I opened my fortune cookie from last night just this morning, and it read, "Get to the nitty gritty of things in all dealings". So with that in mind, I just wanted to tell you that I really like your style.

And please don't take this the wrong way,
but I think I love you! :)

At 8:56am on April 19, 2012, Carl Monster said…

Thanks for friending!

 
 
 

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