The child-rearing world is profoundly ambivalent about male aggression. Should it be suppressed, cultivated, channeled? Which of these? Read Walter Kirn's insightful essay. Then discuss.
Not just boys - we used to stand on the street corner and throw snowballs (actually ice wrapped around rocks) at the kids in the next block - I dunno - was that good for us?
Ann Fontaine |
June 3, 2007 6:22 PM
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