Category Archives: Masculinity
Among the thorny theological questions that divide men, one that hasn’t been much considered is “Can you love your neighbor as yourself, and at the same time, knee him in the face as hard as you can?” In fact, that very question is posed by one of the subjects of Fight Church, the new Lionsgate documentary by Daniel Junge and Bryan Storkel, that follows the fights and faith journeys of a more than a half dozen mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters in and out of the ring. In Fight Church, we meet several charismatic, articulate and, might I add, attractive men of the Word, strong in their ties and devotion to their Christian faith. The film’s characters span the spectrum: from a retired gun-toting, strong willed brawler to a retired kick-boxer who is now anti-CWF (Christian While Fighting). Ultimately, all of the faithful men in the documentary are, well, wrestling with what message their brutal vocation sends to believers and non-believers alike.
Sounds like an intriguing movie. I hope it eventually comes out on Canadian Netflix.
If you were homeless, could you still pick up chicks?
Meet Joe, the homeless Millennial who has mastered the art of getting women to take him home with them.
Originally from Boston, Joe, 26, may spend his daylight hours panhandling in Manhattan – making up to $150 on a given day – but his nights are a completely different ballgame.
If you don’t think Joe looks homeless, well, that’s only because he’s good at what he does. According to Joe, his only responsibility is to not look homeless. In his mind, his appearance is a survival tactic.
Joe spends whatever money he makes on keeping his appearance up, in addition to copious amounts of drugs and booze, with one goal in mind: attract as many girls as possible.
For Joe, sleeping with a lady is his only chance at sleeping with a roof over his head. Joe uses his charm and good looks to sleep out with chicks three to four nights a week, where he’ll shower and enjoy an evening away from the streets.
Originally posted on Not Equal But Different:
While I’m no football fan and really couldn’t care less about it, I see the death knell has now been sounded for the NFL in the form of women “helping” to “shape league policy.” This is women running amok, getting into every male space that’s left and turning it into a disaster.
There is not really much more to say about this without getting into a boring argument. Is it any wonder that life has become so complicated, with women “shaping policies” in every possible area of society? Women can’t run a chook raffle; they govern by checklists and committees and behave like tyrants when in positions of power over others where they are not overseen by a man.
I don’t think it is a coincidence that in trying to find a dentist who will use nitrous oxide on an extremely nervous child and not try to gain compliance by…
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Originally posted on Unmasking Feminism:
More quotes by Fulton Oursler clipped from an article in the The Lincoln Star, titled, “Women are Destroying Themselves” by Lillian Genn, 1935. I started to write some commentary, but as usual, these articles speak for themselves. Still more quotes to come.
This “all satisfying” love is dominance, guidance, protection. The lack of dominance in men, that women helped snuff out, has created an unspoken problem.