Some of you are warriors, rolling off of your opponent with his warm heart beating within your teeth, but some of you don’t have the stomach for it, and end up running away or falling victim.
The deciding factor isn’t as simple as winning or losing.
We objectify women unapologetically, we are crude, and we tend to be very stubborn about changing any of that.
In a high school locker-room with other males, we tend to clown one another, when we weren’t clowning, or being clowned we talked about…
We all have a hard day now and then, and some of us just want to decompress on the couch when the kids go to sleep.
But there are others, quite a few I might add, who put them to bed and say the cliché “I need a drink”. This is a telltale sign of the parent struggling with keeping it together while raising little people who watch their every…
[Read more] In my humble opinion, nothing is a greater test of heart than sports and combat.
You can train, study and read all you want but when the jaws of life slams shut, you are typically left with two choices: fight or run.
While these are all great tips, I never see anything about help for dealing with all of those decisions when they take a toll on your sanity to a point of self-medication.[Read more] While single men and married men can hang-out and do many things together, there are a few zones that are just awkward when you’re single.Though we tend to stay out of politics here at Hall of The Black Dragon, I found it prudent to address the brand new go-to excuse for predatory language–in regards to women–the now trending term of Locker-Room Talk.As someone that has played, fought, and bonded with other men in sports, martial arts, and lifting weights, it really annoys me that I am being generally lumped in with douchebags that think taking a kiss, or taking a grope is cool. Men of my age (Gen X) have never been the pinnacle of Beta perfection that is pushed as ideal in this modern age.
Most of us assume that we will fight if the situation gets dire, but trust me, you never really know until you find yourself in danger.It is after reacting and recovering that you truly know what you’re made of.