Tag Archives: masculinity

Luke Cage: Love Your Enemies

By Source, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=49841821 At this point, I’ve watched the first 11 episodes of Luke Cage.  This is the first Marvel television series (based on the comics) I’ve felt interested enough about to actually sit down and watch, so … Continue reading

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No Country for Grown Men

I’ve been reading news articles sporadically over the past couple of weeks regarding a highly controversial criminal case that found the defendant guilty of several charges of a sexual nature.  Brock Turner, a Stanford student and athlete (hence this being … Continue reading

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A Choice for Men: Choosing Deaths

As I’ve mentioned before, sometimes a man chooses to risk death.  There are of course many reasons for a man to choose to risk death.  Maybe he chooses to risk death to save his family from a bear attack.  Maybe … Continue reading

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Ahead of the Synod: Calling All Men

Recently, the Bishop of Phoenix issued an Apostolic Exhortation to the Catholic men in his diocese.  It was an excellent letter that managed to strike the right balance between the excesses of machismo and the excesses of emasculation, providing a … Continue reading

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