Monthly Archives: February 2013

Boys will be boys?

by Dorothy Dimitre “Shame occurs in many men who feel they have failed to live up to the heroic ideal.  Shame is what we feel when we experience ourselves somehow being wrong.  It’s immobilizing and destroys self-esteem. Much pathology, including … Continue reading

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The Precious Self-Esteem Our Boys Need to Survive

by Anthony Carter To all the boys who may or may not be queer. The boys picked last in sports but first for the latest in fashion, entertaining, and tasteful decorating. The boys who couldn’t catch a football but instead … Continue reading

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We Owe To Our Sons What We’ve Given Our Daughters

by Mark Sherman On Sunday, February 3, my e-mails included a press alert from Dennis Barbour, CEO of the Boys Initiative, informing readers that that day’s New York Times Sunday Review had a major article on “why boys are falling … Continue reading

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