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4 comments

  • Real men!

    Amen brother! AMEN!

    Went to an outdoor focussed private school where we
    Were disciplined with a wooden stick if we mis behaved
    Completed 300-500 mile canoe trips, one with a 9 mile portage
    Snowshoed up to 25 miles in a day
    Did dog sled trips
    Winter camped

    All while in grades 7-10

    Tell someone now you did this and they ask if the school teachers were bullies?

  • My 35 year old son has been a pastor in a satellite church out of Nashville. He was sent to a more rural setting because he was the “hick” on staff. He was constantly maligned by the hipster Nashville gang because of his masculinity. He is a typical type 8 personality but his his servant heart is strong yet tender. He was disenfranchised until he came back to Texas to take a leadership role at Sky Ranch where he hopefully can model masculinity without shame to the next generation of Christian men. Keep telling the truth – our churches will be full of effeminate men and old ladies if we keep on the path we have started.

  • Eric,

    Your Great !!!

    Dont ever let the doublespeak folks tell you anything different then what you know naturally from Our Creator..

    I live just outside DC by 18 miles and I’m all about being a man and not a gentle man,

    I purposely put my arm on the table when eating out and love to throw a western style work boot out in the aisle just so the Gucci wearing folk get aggravated or intrigued.

    Being masculine in our area is a trait that is growing because it’s a God trait that makes us masculine…not a tattoo of a skull or a devil on our skin.

    I dont know you but read your article thru Steve Quayles site.

    I just like you to know I’m on your side and we agree on the subject.

    God bless you Eric.

    Duane

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