This is my Journey – Bruce Noll
Jan29

This is my Journey – Bruce Noll

by Bruce Noll This is the short version of what I hope to document fully in the near future. I choose not to compare my life with that of any other human being though I acknowledge having done so (wittingly or unwittingly) for most of this life. At this stage in my experience I am choosing to come to terms with what is, as I currently understand it, in an effort to change the result of the balance of my life by changing my...

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Reprint: Men’s Rites of Passage & ManKind Project: FAQs
Dec09

Reprint: Men’s Rites of Passage & ManKind Project: FAQs

A special reprint from #NewWarrior Mike Morrell, reprinted with permission. When I wrote An Open Letter to my Brothers in light of #MeToo last month, it really struck a chord. It’s been shared more than just about anything I’ve ever written – over 21,000 times as of this writing. I think the reason that it’s resonating – among men, women, and nonbinary folks alike – is because the increasing cultural truth-telling about men in power...

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Dear Brothers, from Mike Morrell
Oct17

Dear Brothers, from Mike Morrell

Guest post by Mike Morrell, from MikeMorrell.org  Dear Brothers: Have you noticed it? We’re entering a sea-change. For generations, our unconscious actions and ways of being toward women went unnoticed, were accepted by default, or even celebrated. But in the public sphere, the tide is turning. These altered currents arguably started with Bill Cosby. Then Donald Trump, Roger Ailes, and Bill O’Reilly (“the conservatives”) crested the...

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Real Men Feel: Episode 69, Male Violence
Oct13

Real Men Feel: Episode 69, Male Violence

Guest post: Andy Grant: Real Men Feel Male Violence, Episode 69, October 10, 2017 In the wake of the Las Vegas Massacre, Real Men Feel’s Andy Grant and Appio Hunter, have an open discussion on male violence. All fans of the show were invited to take part. Is violence innate to being a man? Are white males particularly violent? If male violence is a problem is it primarily a mental health issue, a gun issue, something else? Can it be...

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A “Rookie” Perspective of Connecting with the ManKind Project
Aug21

A “Rookie” Perspective of Connecting with the ManKind Project

By: David J. Galvagno “Grey Wolf” – Syracuse NY In February of 2015, I was asked by a friend if I wanted to come to his men’s group he had been telling me about. I knew these men got together and talked about their lives, and helped each other, and it was connected to this weekend he had gone on endlessly about previously. It was all connected to this MKP thing he first discovered on a trip to San Diego. I was curious enough to...

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Republished: Diving Into The Secret Society Of The ManKind Project
Jul07

Republished: Diving Into The Secret Society Of The ManKind Project

Republished with permission from Warrior.do – thanks to #NewWarrior Tony Balbin Photo by lacabezaenlasnubes We drove down a long, narrow road deep in the Wisconsin forest. The sun was winding down and fresh snow laid on the trees around us. As we approached the retreat center, a man dressed in black stood in the middle of the road staring blankly at the three of us. Having nowhere to go, we stopped the car. Slowly, he walked...

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