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Terry Crews in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Is Modern Masculinity at Its Best

Pointing to Terry Crews as a blueprint for modern masculinity is a short path to self-loathing. He’s a sharp dresser. He’s handsome. He’s so muscular that his muscles appear to have their own muscles. Adding insult to injury, he’s funny, too! He’s almost determinedly un-serious, which only increases his appeal as an exemplar for manliness.… Read More »

Education In Modern Era

by Mully Children’s Family Let us think of 50 years back when there were few schools. The schools were available far away from most of the residential areas. The education was very expensive and it was not is the reach of any ordinary person. Teachers were few and teaching material was to the minimum. There… Read More »