2nd Opinion: It’s an odd time to be a male

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I like to think of myself as a “sensitive” male. That doesn’t mean I always live up to my own billing, I’m sure. But it’s what I want to think about myself.

Mark Wingfield 150Mark WingfieldAfter all, I’ve never groped a woman, never catcalled a woman, never made unwanted sexual advances on a woman, don’t make a habit of commenting on the physical attributes of women—and I generally try to be nice to most everyone I meet. At least I think I do.

And I like to think that I’m sensitive enough to treat women and men equally, to not act out of any gender bias. I can give you a long list of ways I think that’s so.



But these days, that’s not enough. …

Read the full column at Baptist News Global.

Mark Wingfield is associate pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas and a former managing editor of the Baptist Standard.




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