Monthly Archives: June 2012

In Defense of Boys

by Dorothy Dimitre “Boys, our new myths tell us, are inherently flawed creatures.” – Michael Gurian, Ph.D., The Wonder of Boys. Shortly after he turned three, older grandson, playing on the floor, looked up at me with his brown eyes … Continue reading

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Encounter with a feminist mother of a boy

By Dottie Lamm The young woman strode toward me eyes blazing and mouth set.  Oh, oh, I thought – here it comes! I had just given a talk to a group of feminist women on why I thought boys might … Continue reading

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It’s OK to be a Boy

  by Jennifer L.W. Fink I am not a boy. I have never been a boy. I am, however, acutely aware of the issues faced by boys because I am the mom of four sons. Every day, I send my … Continue reading

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