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Hi there ! I am so happy that this forum exists ! I am male from the United States. Today, I was feeling down about my life....as I contemplated, I was review one common thought: why dislike living in the US. I am just going to throw random facts about my life because I ain't so good writing forum posts. Really, I am relieved that there are people who feel the same way I do about living in the States.
Facts about me:
-I am college student and I am 21 years old. I go to my local Community College, which is actually quite impressive (in terms of transferable credits to other accredited Universities. Nearly every student goes to a very good college. One person I knew went to Yale.)
-I am high school football coach (believe it or not). I live locally so it isn't a problem ! If you want to know the story behind me landing the job, I will tell it !
-I love horses, they are great animals !
-Politically speaking, I am moderate.
-I love graphic novels.
-I love firearms, especially Smith and Wesson revolvers and military surplus guns.
- I love the Needle Drop music reviewing site.
-I love herbal tea
-I love coffee.
-I noticed the site is a self described "Men's rights" forum/info source. I have never been a Feminist or a "Masculinist". I am more of a "gender equalist" myself, I have been told that both equal rights and the "Men's rights" principles are one in the same. If so, then I guess am "Men's rights" activist !
SO, that is just some basic stuff. I would really be interested in communicating with all you here. If any of you have a an important/emotional/personal thread that isn't getting attention, I promise that I will be an eye/hear to what you have to say. While may not be a genius counselor, I will always try to provide consolement as gently as possible.
Actually I'll ask if you think your generation have taken gender equality/PC too far? I was talking to a fellow trainee English teacher who is around half my age and he refused to use "actress" or "landlady", saying that these phrases are outdated.
We are all actors now apparently. What's next? Banning dresses and skirts?
IMO Latin America would be a good fit for you... Argentina (or Uruguay)... ONLY IF you transfer to a university there ASAP. Meat, coffee, tea, girls, hunting, horses, roc en espanol... and private schools there are interested in American football at the high school level.
University there, while coaching high school there...
Then the world is your oyster.
Welcome to the site!
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