Wednesday, November 01, 2006

A Man's Life:

When Men Are Free to be Good
by Richard Hawley

Indeed, when the dust settles on the cultural record of the past half century, it will, I believe, be noted with interest that the combined forces of so-called "political correctness" were accompanied not by a reduction, but by a sickening eruption of male aggression, incivility, and misogyny. While historical causation is not always easy to establish, it is past time that consideration be given to the kinds of desperate expression that arise when one's deepest nature is denied.

The complete article can be found here: Wabash Magazine
Summer/Fall 2001

Thought-provoking stuff for a mother of three boys.

HT: Dominion Family, who attended the 2006 CiRCE conference (**I will not be overcome with envy...I will not...I will not**) Her great posts on the conference can be found here.

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