The Solid Masculine

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About Shalom Ormsby

Shalom Ormsby: "The first time I experienced the magic of art, I was about six years old. As I gazed at the painting, I had no idea what I was looking at, exactly. The more I looked at it, the more I saw, the more I felt, and the more I wanted to look at it even more closely. I was enchanted." Visit his blog, here.

Comments

  1. Great start. Let’s go from this base and fight the good fight to the last breath.

  2. Isn’t all of that just being a solid human?

    And whoever those women are who think they own receptivity and vulnerability aren’t worth your apologies.

  3. Thanks, Jean. Have you seen the interesting post on a related theme by a fellow Good Men Project author?

    http://goodmenproject.com/good-feed-blog/a-lot-has-changed-in-mens-magazines-in-50-years-and-mostly-not-for-the-better/

    There’s a diverse conversation happening in the comments. I’m so glad that we’re engaging in open dialogue about these important subjects. There are so many flat stereotypes about what it means to be “a real man,” and there’s been concern expressed about “feminized men.” To me, one thing is clear: The concept of what solid, healthy masculine energy truly is has been sorely in need of updating for quite a while now, and I feel glad to be involved in this process however I can. The time is now.

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