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Is Morality Relevant? Commenter ‘The Wet One’ Responds to Tom Matlack

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GMP commenter ‘The Wet One’ responds to Tom Matlack’s post ‘What Does Male Evil Look Like?’

“In fact, I live with multiple ghosts.”

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This comment was by Luis Garrido on the post Can Men Live Alone?

“So yes I say, if you feel it, speak it, but always from a place of love.”

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This comment was from by Ure P Auckland on Tom Matlack’s post Man Talk.

“Words Are A Very Poor Tool For Communication”

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This comment was by MediaHound, in reply to Mark, on the post “Lobbing Grenades Is Easy. Forming Bridges is Hard. Do the Hard Work.”

“The Unreasonable Man”

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This comment, from MediaHound to Liz was on the post “As Equals and as Friends: Amanda Marcotte’s reply to Tom Matlack.”

“Can you imagine how degraded the culture would be if it were populated by men who founded men’s websites dedicated to men asking themselves how to be better men?”

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This comment by Michael Rowe was in reply to Tom Matlack’s post “Being a Dude is a Good Thing.”

A Commenter Talks About Ethics and Responsibility

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“Responsibility is not something cut and dry. You can sit behind your computer and dish out all the moral idealism you want.”

Living With Borderline Personality Disorder

BPD

A response to Brandon Marshall revealing his battle with BPD.

Should You Leave a Facebook Comment?

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Someone in your Facebook network just posted some important news. Uh oh. This is big—life-changing, even. What do you do? Follow this flowchart.