The Naturally Good Man by Rod E. Keays
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Men inherit definitions about manhood, but many of these definitions no longer fit. A society that was once based on power, assumptions, and stereotypes is changing.

Few people take time to learn about the history of male oppression, the foundations of male masculinity, and the evolution of the modern man. Join author Rod E. Keays as he examines these important topics and more, including why boys and men accept certain roles; why men bully each other; why it’s important to deal with emotions; and why it’s so hard for men to talk about sexuality.

Keays explores his own experiences coping with the twists and turns that come with being a man. One thing he learns early on is that most men don’t talk about their emotional highs and lows. As someone who likes to talk openly and frankly, he feels isolated, but he continues living life on his terms.

Discover what good men have been doing for thousands of years and how men’s groups can help men achieve their goals. The world may have its share of problems, but The Naturally Good Man continues to contribute to society.
 

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Published October 26, 2012 by Trafford. 283 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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