Comment by Bob Rannigan on the post “Youth Football in the Age of CTE”
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The disposability of men is something that is expanded on in the Real Men Feel shows
This doesn’t mean I will be less of a woman or you less of a man – in fact, it may mean more.
Being a bit of a grease-monkey myself, I can appreciate what you’re saying here, Scott.
Hopefully, I’m getting closer to acceptance and moving on.
The problem is the widespread cultural acceptance of false, destructive concepts of manliness.
Speaking to each other, our mates and our ‘conditioned selves’ is an important skill.
I always love hearing you chime in on the Stop Racism call and delve into some difficult territory with graceful vulnerability.
We live in a society that wants easy, and quick, fixes.
Using a template is invalidating and creates a hole in the self.
Using a template is invalidating and as you put it so eloquently.
I’m letting the tears flow when I can.
You show them what it takes and by your example, demonstrated daily, you children – your sons especially – will know what it takes to be a good man.
But reversing the bias and seeing men as bad, doesn’t help solve our relationship problems.
Good men need to step out and assert themselves and not let the few bad actors out there define masculinity.
He has been a wonderful companion for the rides he has taken us on and, with this show