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Core: How To Connect With Your Masculine Energy

Most men feel stuck in life, empty, and unhappy despite having a lot of wealth, good job, fame, and several conquests with the opposite sex. These men experience these problems because they lack the mature masculine energy. In fact, this is the reason why most men who seem to have it all sometimes decide to take their own life. Fortunately, someone has decided to provide a solution. David Tian is a Ph.D. holder in psychology. In his course known as the CORE, he reveals various ways any man can reach the ultimate masculinity and achieve true joy, happiness, and live a more fulfilling life. The Core comes with 8 video seminars, downloadable meditative audio exercises, PDF slides, worksheets, and 3 free bonuses. Currently, you can be able to purchase this course at a discount price.

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Coming to Know Difference through Geography

The legacies of whiteness and masculinity within the discipline of Geography can undermine what Donna Haraway (1991) calls 'situated knowledges'. We argued earlier that Haraway's contention, that knowledge is local, specific and embodied, encapsulates an important way in which difference can be understood. That is, space and place are intimately connected to race, gender, class, sexuality and other axes of power all geographic knowledges are situated, and location matters. Situated knowledges create a conceptual and material space through which nondominant geographies can be articulated and theorized. Difference, it could be said, can be located within and around situated knowledges.

Conclusion some ecovirtues

Frugality might be considered a candidate as a central environmental virtue, with care, patience, righteous indignation, accountability, asceticism, commitment, compassion, concern, and cooperation making up the numbers. Of course, not all these virtues are specifically environmental - but we acknowledged earlier that environmental and nonenvironmental virtues would overlap, with old ones typically being put to new uses, and extending their scope and reference. This follows from the fact that we are seeking to generate a practical conception of a sustainable common environmental good, which is a modification of the common good, not an entirely new aspiration unrelated to all our previous goals and ideals. It might be suggested that not all these virtues are citizenship virtues, that some are private not public virtues. But this objection is invalid because one important difference flowing from the character of the eco-virtues is precisely that in the environmental context, the...

Tension Localparticular or globaluniversal citizenship

By recasting citizenship as a distinct political activity valuable in its own right, one cannot avoid the question about what is the most appropriate site for citizenship is it in community, a nation-state, the planet, or some nebulously inclusive, perhaps virtual, public sphere Or perhaps it is more useful theoretically to eschew either-or dichotomies in favour of a more complex and 'nested' picture of social, political, and ecological space(s). In any case, given that citizenship has been about membership and exclusion, any feminist attempt to reclaim and re-create citizenship must be founded on a principled stance in favour of inclusivity. Some feminists seek inclusion into an exclusionary definition of citizenship by deploying a strategy of reversal (i.e., rehabilitating masculine citizenship with feminine and maternal values), but they generally leave its terri-toriality - its connections to particular places - unquestioned. Against this approach, I am in agreement with feminist...

Politics And Sustainable Development

Feminists have explained how physical and social space is shaped by dichotomies in Western thought. Mind, reason, spirit order, public and permanence have been considered masculine, while ignorance (the occult), body, emotion, chaos, private and change have all been considered feminine. These dichotomies justify the repression of any subject on the feminine side, as these attributes are deemed inferior in Western patriarchal culture. This repression works by making the inferior subject, such as 'nature' conform to its relevant masculine subject, in this case 'culture'.' (Hirst, in Birkeland, 2002).

The problem of small cost differences

Imagine that Eco-Gizmo Inc. makes it from tadpole to frog, and that carbon taxes are sufficiently high that an Eco-gizmo indeed costs 5 less than its long-standing high-carbon rival from Dino-appliances, Inc. Surely the carbon taxes will now do their job, and all consumers will buy the low-carbon gizmo Ha First, many consumers don't care too much about a 5 price difference. Image is everything. Second, if they feel at all threatened by the Eco-gizmo, Dino-appliances, Inc. will relaunch their Dino-gizmo, emphasizing that it's more patriotic, announcing that it's now available in green, and showing cool people sticking with the old faithful Dino-gizmo. Real men buy Dino-gizmos. If this doesn't work, Dino will issue pressreleases saying scientists haven't ruled out the possibility that long-term use of the Eco-gizmo might cause cancer, highlighting the case of an old lady who was tripped up by an Eco-gizmo, or suggesting that Eco-gizmos harm the lesser spotted fruit bat. Fear,...

Making Amends Penis Touching and Intercourse

Subincision was a critical aspect of initiation into manhood in some Australian societies. In this operation, traditionally conducted with a sharp stone flake knife, the underside of a youth's penis was cut so as to split the urethra all the way to the scrotum. Once his wound healed, the male was considered an adult.

Coming to Know Geography through Difference

An understanding of its origins in the nineteenth century in relation to European economic dominance and to practices of empire building. Geography was utilized as a tool to document and facilitate the building of empires and the mapping of colonial expansion. The work of Felix Driver (2001), for example, outlines how the practice of British Geography in this period explicitly reproduced masculinist and white European ways of knowing. But attempts to open up these ways of knowing only appeared from the 1970s onwards. The general silence around what one might term 'meta-narratives' of whiteness, heterosexuality, masculinity and middle-classness made these axes of power appear normative or natural, suggesting that they could not be questioned. But, in opening them up to inspection, geographers have begun to unearth the legacy of domination within Anglo-American Geography and its attendant ideologies of patriarchy, sexism, homophobia, racism, disablism and anthropomorphism.

Stranger danger

Media researchers have also established that victims of sexual violence are routinely described in terms of their physical attractiveness, dress, hair colour, marital status, social background and demeanour (see Benedict 1992 K.Clark 1992 Voumvakis and Ericson 1984). Moreover, the language that journalists and news sources recurrently use is organised, in part, to legitimise the patriarchal control of women within both public and private spaces. As Clark (1992) explains, news reports of sexual violence are rendered unthreatening to 'normal' men by placing beyond discourse men whose violence is deemed to be excessive and female victims whose suffering is seen to be undeserved (that is women who did not transgress the spatial and ideological boundaries of patriarchal definitions of femininity). Thus, labels like 'monster', 'fiend' and 'animal' are employed to refer to some offenders in order to individualise and personalise the violence. The use of such terms invites the reader to...


Apart from the fantastic sums of money sometimes paid for trophy hunting of rare animals (or merely parts, such as gorilla's paw or rhino horn), the ordinary business of hunting generates considerable revenues. Hunters in the USA spend around US 16 billion a year on fees and equipment. In poorer countries, hunting is often a major source of external revenue earned from rich foreigners. In 1983, Zimbabwe for example, earned US 6.2 million in fees and licenses from hunting for sport. Yet given the damage they do and the revenue that is generated, surprisingly few people hunt in the USA, 7 in Western Europe, 2 , in the USSR, 1 . Everywhere hunting is primarily a men's activity, and may often be construed as a rite of passage into manhood.