Weddings (like marriages) just aren’t the same anymore—and they don’t have to be.
Dan Shewan is a fiction writer and essayist currently residing in New England. His nonfiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Vol.1 Brooklyn , Sundog Lit, and Hippocampus Magazine, and he is a regular contributor to The Rumpus, Full Stop and LitReactor. He is currently working on a series of short stories and personal essays, in addition to a longer work of fiction. You can follow him on Twitter @danshewan.
It starts with gratitude. Today, and every day after.
World Vasectomy Day allows men to celebrate their families and their role in family planning. And yes, this is changing the world.
Will the real sociopath please stand up … so I can run away?!
“… a time to thrive forward in life, and not slip into complacency.” — Craig Cooper
I’m a single mom. I’ll be alone and not with my kids on Thanksgiving, but I’m not sad or lonely. Why? Because I have much to be thankful for this year.
Lyrics have become important, defining. Certain songs are not just enjoyable, but provide significance, whether symbolizing a rise from depression or resuscitating the carefree days of high school.
Everyone reading the Good Men Project likely wants a better world for both men and women… here’s an invitation to step deeper into this movement.
Tara Wood, mom of seven, was surprised by her husband’s joyous response to their son twirling in a princess gown. He let the boy be himself, because isn’t that what parenting is all about?
Sometimes, life pauses and takes a different route. Robbie Bach on his second act.
Elwood Watson sees the decline of religion in the United States and believes it gives us cause for concern.
Don’t let the minutia ruin your bond.
There is a purity and a beauty in this magical place that had me reflecting about my own life, my own home, and of course, my own mind. It’s a great opportunity to be in such a special place, but what about my own special place? What about my own home?
Chivalry is NOT dead, it’s merely evolving. Nate Bagley and the BIC Flex5 razor help you #SmoothUp your moves.
Tom Burns thinks that no matter where you work, you’ll relate to the wonderful (and sometimes terrible) colleagues on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Internet is a wild and wooly place, and not always great for kids. So how do you allow them to satisfy their curiosity online? Torch. You gotta see this.
Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” Dali obviously never played sports.
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