Have you ever thought about what male influences you had while you were growing up? What did your dad show you about being a man? Was your uncle a little different than your dad but taught you some manly things? How about an older brother? Were you able to see how he handled dating girls or told you what to wear and what not to wear?

The civilized world has changed quite a bit in the last forty years. The gender roles are much less defined as we have women acting more like men and men acting like women. At the end of the day though, men still want to be men. And there’s no better way to learn how to be a man than from other men.

Theelevatedmale.com gives advice, examples, and stories only from other men. It is our aim to be the dad, uncle, grandpa, or older brother that you maybe didn’t have. Some of what we cover here won’t be completely accurate, may not be the best advice, and you won’t agree with some of it and that’s OK. Just know that everything here is from men and about being a man.



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