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So, Jody Allard has now publicly shamed her two teen sons (between 16 and 19, it seems, from her original post) a second time.  During her first post, she talks about her position on rape culture and misogyny and how … Continue reading

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//embed.gettyimages.com/embed/56162929?et=TQYsExLXRWJd8Lo7vrQRjg&sig=l_EibxH6-wipeICuOfP4zRUiESFH1vlMnLIDPnVU7s4= View image | gettyimages.com I spend a lot of time considering and discussing with others what it means to be a man.  For me, a man is a male who is comfortable in his own skin.  Sounds simple, right? … Continue reading

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Several years ago.  No, a few decades ago.  I was an avid golfer.  No, I wasn’t really that good, but I was decent. Over the summer, I played as many as 72 holes between 6:30am and 9:00pm – essentially, if … Continue reading

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