Who's Sean Wei Mah?
My name is Sean Wei Mah. I am a family man, father, husband, artist, actor, and human spirit. I grew up in Northern Alberta, a small, and once semi-isolated community. When I saw my first glimpse of Native Americans on television, I have sought a career in acting and I have starred in films such as, “Into the West”, “Dream Keeper”, and “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”. I will always be an artist at heart, despite my short stints in the Natural Foods Industry and the bland non-creative world of corporate enslavement. If you’re curious about my name, the answer is, yes its Asian; no, I’m not Asian. It’s a long story.
|Native Women’s Health: What every Native man should know
By: Shelley McKosato-Haupt
Being a healthy, strong, positive Native woman requires a lot more than just going to the gym! It requires a whole being – which is spiritual, mental, emotional and physical. It requires a positive and harmonious environment. It requires a safe and secure resting place. It requires good live food to nourish the body. It requires encouragement, meditation, peace, motivation, self-discipline, commitment, trust, simplicity, joy and most of all desire! more on this story
Native Men’s Magazine had a Q&A Interview with three beautiful Native Women; At the same time celebrating the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte, and NMM asked them, “What are some basic knowledge
Native Men should know about
Native Women?” These were a few answers we got.
1. If I want my space, I want my space.
2. I don’t want space.
3. If I don’t want sex, that doesn’t mean I don’t love you.
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