"One day, out of nowhere, you realize you don't know who you are, and none of the cards in your wallet provide the slightest clue to your real identity."
The ManKind Project isn't about fixing men who are broken; we're all broken in some fashion. From my seat, MKP is about a man finding what works and what doesn't in his world. Then, and only then, can a man take his world into his own hands and "fix" what is broken.
If you could find a place that supported what you really wanted in your world, wouldn't that be the place to stand in?
Bravehearted Old-faithful Wolf