Finally: You have to ask????????????
That was how Richard Aubery ended his comment on a recent Good Men Project article titled Shame: Is GMP Part of the Problem?
The author, Scott Heydt, stated:
This is not a rhetorical question.
Neither is Richard’s question, so I will repeat it: you have to ask?
The Good Men Project runs dozens of articles a month. As the commenter who spawned Heydt’s response noted:
GMP publishes more articles that shame and blame men than most of the websites on the internet. Some are written by men, some by women. They purport to tell men, in one way or another, what they’re saying, doing and thinking that is wrong, and how they should think, talk and behave instead.
At this point, a lot of men, and a number of women, are hip to the game – and routinely take remedial action in the comments section.
But – really and truly – GMP is a part of the problem, not a part of the solution.
I advise young men, in particular, to read the material here with a great deal of skepticism, because a lot of it is toxic social engineering – attempting to shame and blame them into being something that someone else wants you to be, rather than being who you you want to be.
I noticed a trend among the published articles on GMP. Continue reading