10 comments on “Feminism and Loving Men

  1. Geo Sans says:





    information to challenge


    many others

  2. 1EarthUnited says:

    Brilliant video blog my friend, deconstructing the logos patria from which the defining issue of “the male identity” is exposed. From a spiritual perspective, “identity” is illusory because the “self” associate characteristics defined by society – externally defining what it means to be male or female. These roles are thrust upon us at an early age when we lack conscious understanding of what our true nature really is. This is a fundamental problem of the human condition, exacerbated by the patriarchal mindset and societal conditioning. Honest open dialogue with mindful, loving individuals can bring about lasting change. Kozo, you have comprehensively addressed the issue and brought it to light. ☼

  3. diannegray says:

    I’m a bit behind on my blogging, Kozo, but I just had a browse through your website – it’s fabulous! Well done 😀

  4. Sandy says:

    Well Done Kozo! As I’ve said before, your light keeps getting brighter and brighter helping you reach further and further into the collective. Much Love and Respect for how you make a difference! Sandy

    • Kozo Hattori says:

      Thanks, Sandy. It does feel like my light is getting stronger. Pretty ironic since I came to blogging from a pretty dark place.
      thanks for adding fuel to the flame. {{{Hugs}}} Kozo

  5. theINFP says:

    Thank you for making this video, Kozo, the world needs to change, in my opinion, the affirmation of stereotypes is one of the fundamental issues that need to change. In the last few years I have had female line managers who have advised against wearing my heart on my sleeve and to “man up”. Another memorable manager following an interview advised against dance classes, suggesting that I should play rugby instead. Robert 🙂

    • Kozo Hattori says:

      Holy cow, Robert. That is unbelievable in 2013 that someone would advise against dance in favor of rugby. ????
      I believe that society squeezes compassion out of men, and then makes the men who are compassionate have to hide their compassion. Something needs to change. {{{hugs}}} Kozo

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