We are going to discuss what Southern names aren’t allowed to be and what is a Southern man who is not part of this. Here is a list of Southern Names that are considered bad or Southern Man who are not associated with the South. These names are: • Blacklisted by some organizations because they contain a certain amount of racial slurs or are used by men who are racist due solely to the historical and current racial tensions in the South.
We can do all of this with a simple phrase “If you want to be a Southern Man”, without the use of the derogatory terms or racial slurs, the list would just go on and on.
The list is actually a lot longer, and it can get very complicated and confusing for those with Southern names to find our way back to Southern masculinity. However, we can do it if we follow a few basic rules of how to be a Southern Man. Here are the rules we suggest you follow to help you become a truly Southern Man. Be patient, if you don’t know why the rules are the way they are. 1.
Make sure your southern name includes all the words from the old name but, at the same time, makes it look like you are coming from a country that is from the South. The name I am going to use is John Edward Smith and this Southern man is going to be an independent young man who is a true south man. There is no need to use a southern name that begins with “s”.
The Southern Man is one of the few traits that remain. This Southern man can be a good man, a friend, an enemy… you name it. No matter your nature, I am certain that your man is not going to get into the negative behavior of Southern man.