The Voice of Youth

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MANHOOD MATES AND MASCULINITY

10 12 2012
Tony 2002

Tony 2002

G’day. I’m Tony Robertson Welcome to my collection of sites about us blokes! By way of introduction, I’m a post-war baby-boomer, White Australian, Gay Christian Male with a commitment to non-violent living.  And in all that I find the joys and hopes the grief and anguish of life!!!

I am also a Community Jester and Ritual Maker. Some of my life is lived here in the cyber-world of open speech and free expression which I hope you will share.

This site is dedicated to my father, Alexander Robertson who inspired my social awareness and my commitment to social change for those on the edge of our community.

I welcome your visit and your engagement with this site.





Spirituality and Masculinity Resources

30 09 2008

My collection of online resources:

Masculine Spirituality By Richard Rohr, O.F.M. September-October 1988 published in Praying – Spirituality for Everyday Living printer friendly (PDF 8 pages)

Remembering the power of sacred creation Attuning to masculine energy through the labyrinth

Remaking Men Jungian Thought and the Post-Patriarchal Psyche David Tacey

Manhood online

Welcome to Men Transforming Men Australia





Confronting Homophobia

29 08 2008

 

The bashing and death of Matt Shepard reminds us that homophobia is a reality in the lives of too many young people.

Deifying Matthew Shepard  By Candace Chellew-Hodge
September 14, 2009

International Day Against Homophobia

Catholicism and Homophobia

Call for church to recognise homophobia

Clerical Whispers Coverage of media Release

Gay drama wins Premier’s award (see comment)

Vatican requests exhumation of Newman’s body (see comment)


This Is Oz is an online photo gallery where people can help fight discrimination against Australia’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community. Part art project, part human rights campaign, This Is Oz is all about making Australia a place where everyone belongs.

We’ll be updating our homepage and photo gallery daily with our favourite images and pics of our celeb friends, so come back and visit soon!

How to Participate: Simply upload a picture of yourself with a message that challenges homophobia and/or celebrates diversity. You’ll then be part of a campaign to improve services and opportunities for all Australians.

 Click here to upload.