Men on a mission

My family watched the Peanut Butter Falcon last night while eating Thanksgiving leftovers. Despite the moral issues of one of the leading men, I felt it was a positive portrayal of masculinity. It was in part a quest to live freely and work for a better life. It was male bonding through adversity which took strength, toughness and kindness. I loved how the men working together to further each others goals helped them both grow stronger and better. One of the challenges one man faced was being born with Down’s syndrome, a condition my son has so I could really relate. He is just as much a masculine man as any of my other sons. As a side note the inter sexual dynamics were refreshing.

Author: old-fashioned-man

I am a follower of Jesus Christ who has been married since 1989. We had four boys then adopted siblings, a boy and girl from foster care in 2008 when my daughter was seven and my son was eight. We reside in the beautiful state of Colorado.

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