I most certainly agree that women need to get out of the way of men, and let them be the men they need to be. This is a humble, honest, and great post.
Ravished Heart Journey
I’ve been tossing this idea around for a few months now, debating on my courage to step out and write a blog about it. I was holding back from posting because I didn’t have the answers I thought I should have; I wanted to present a new idea with new passion and new revelation.
But the truth is: I have no idea. I do not have a firm grasp on what it was intended to be, how we’ve messed it up, or how to progress out of it. Please, though, can we just talk about it? Because honestly, does anyone know?
Has our inability as women to walk in femininity resulted in the quenching of men’s ability to walk in masculinity?
ility, inity, ility, inity…. What does this even mean?
Here’s what I am trying to get at. Ladies, how often do we complain that our men aren’t…
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Our generation has lost what it means to be a man. This problem is well-noted by many in society, from churches to social commentators to websites like Art of Manliness that focus on teaching modern day men to recover what has been lost. Men have become accustomed to being takers and not givers, which has helped contribute to the breakdown in the family. Many of society’s ills can be traced back to this breakdown, especially considering that the greatest indicator for poverty is marital status. Men have abdicated their responsibility, so I thought it would be beneficial to look at three important ways that men have failed women, especially in this generation.
#3. We Stopped Working
The Problem: We treat our lives outside of a “job” as a recreational opportunity, devoid of responsibility.
The Analysis: Brett McKay of Art of Manliness has written how modern man’s dilemma is that…
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Why are men fighting for abortion harder then women?! I think we need to think about this….
How often is the pro-life movement maligned as a War on Women waged by old white men? If I had a dime…
But that’s politics. More often than not, truth takes a backseat to emotion and the ever-increasing urge to rile up the base. It’s a useful tool. And lately, destructive ideas need only a passionate, uneducated coalition to get the ball rolling.
To be consistent, though, I decided to check it out. Is the pro-life position merely an attack on women by old white men? I found a Pew Research Poll taken earlier this year. Here’s the breakdown.
Question: Is abortion Morally Wrong, Morally Acceptable, or Not a Moral Issue?
Morally Wrong: 45%
Morally Acceptable: 15%
Not a Moral Issue: 23%
- 48% of men say abortion is Morally Wrong.
- 50% of women say abortion is Morally Wrong.
- 18% of men say abortion is Morally Acceptable.
- 13% of women…
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Interesting article that exposes a lot of things. I must yet disagree with the conclusions that author of this post came to. I hope to write more about it later. Also I want to encourage you to read the comments that people wrote on his post….
Not long ago TV counselor Dr. Phil asked a question via Twitter which was quickly deleted:
When I first saw it I didn’t get the impression that he was implying it was OK to have sex with drunk girls (or that he was asking “for a friend”). I had figured he was trying to gauge public opinion for a future show. There are enough men out there, most likely on college campuses, who wouldn’t think it unethical to have sex with a girl who was drunk. So in this regard his question has merit.
More than this, I also think there is a tendency to overlook that the majority of men who would have sex with a girl who is drunk is probably drunk himself. This facet rarely makes its way into the discussion. All to often when both the guy and the girl are at a party drinking it…
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