Danny writes a letter to Elliot Rodger in hopes that someone else might see themselves in that situation and get the help they need.
Danny doesn’t normally like Axe’s marketing strategy. But the “Make Love, Not War” ad is definitely something a good thing.
To find love is to fill the void.
Danny explores whether the “Can Santa Be a Black Man?” bulletin board was inherently racist.
Danny Gibbs doesn’t need a full playlist, just one single song to give voice to despair.
Danny wonders why men must be on the constant search for a woman to have sex with in order to prove their value as men.
Self-pleasure is considered one of the most uncomfortable topics between parents and kids, but it doesn’t have to be. Here, Danny helps parents and boys start a respectful and important conversation.
Danny explains the necessity of taking the sexual assault of a 12 year-old boy seriously, and reacts with anger at tweets shaming the young victim for resisting the advances of an older woman.
Danny points out that supporting men does not have to come at the expense of supporting women.
Danny recounts another story of a good man.
Open discussion: Is Halloween just for kids, or are you going to celebrate tonight, too?
A new law band sex offenders from decorating for Halloween. Does this law go too far or not far enough?
A new morality-based CAPTCHA system designed by Civil Rights Defenders suggests it can help keep commenting trolls away from your blog. Do you think it will work?
After Conan O’Brien tweeted a joke about Team USA weightlifter Holley Mangold, many were outraged at the insult against the athlete’s weight. Danny digs a little bit deeper.