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In The Myth of Male Power

Our Stage II challenge

The challenge of The Myth of Male Power, then, is to care enough about men to spend as much of the next quarter century helping men become Stage II men as we did the last quarter century helping women become Stage II women; to move toward equality of obligation for the death professions and combat […]

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The men’s movement as evolutionary shift

The men’s movement will be the longest of all movements because it is not proposing merely to integrate blacks or Hispanics into a system that already exists, it is proposing an evolutionary shift in the system itself — an end to woman the protected and man the protector. This division is rooted in our biology’, […]

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The Equal Rights and Responsibilities Amendment

An Equal Rights and Responsibilities Amendment (ERRA) would outlaw male-only responsibility for draft registration; it would prevent men in the armed services from being required to enter combat (if needed) unless women were also required to enter combat (if needed); it would permit community property only in conjunction with community responsibility; it would give incentives […]

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Will the men’s movement become political and activist?

The men’s movement is a misnomer. It Is neither political like the civil rights movement nor activist like the women’s movement. Time, July 8, 199 V Within the next ten years, Time magazine will doubtless eat those words Why? First, political structures are formed and forming. Second, the political agendas are concrete. Third, men’s emotional […]

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Resocializing the Stage II child The male teacher

The Stage 11 elementary school needs to have more male teachers than female teachers in districts in which the preschool children are exposed more to mothers than fathers. The male teachers need to be men who understand the value of risk taking, even if the child fails or gets hurt and humiliated once in a […]

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The Stage II journey

We stan by questioning even the best of what was functional in Stage I. For example, the hero’s journey described so eloquently by Joseph Campbell was, nevertheless, a Stage I journey And its rituals were Stage I rituals. Both the journey and the rituals were the Stage I man’s boot camp for male disposability. The […]

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The false parallel between the civil rights movement and the women’s movement

One of the underlying mistakes of the past quarter century was taking the gains of the civil rights movement and passing them on to women as if women had served as men’s slaves and were now entitled to those rights |ust as blacks had served as whites’ slaves and were now entitled to those rights. […]

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The clearest sign of powerlessness

Subjection of a group of people to violence based on their membership in that group is a clear indicator of that group’s powerlessness, be it Christians to lions or the underclass to war. In the United States, we subject men to violence via law (the draft), via religion and custom (circumcision), via socialization and incentive […]

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WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Conclusion The wound that unifies all men is ihe wound of their disposability. Their disposability as soldiers, workers, dads. The wound of believing that they are lovable if they kill and die so others might be saved and survive. Stage 11 technology has ret ersed what humans need to do to survive. Stage И societies […]

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From rape language to relationship language: Stage I to Stage II

Just as schools introduce students to Stage II technology by teaching computer language, schools must now introduce Stage II communication by teaching relationship language — teaching males and females to take responsibility for their verbal and nonverbal cues (including dress and makeup), what they attract, and how to change these cues to attract a better […]

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