Eric Sentell shoots down the argument that “if guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.”
Eric Sentell lives in Piedmont, MO, with his brilliant and beautiful wife and teaches college composition at Southeast Missouri State University. His short fiction has been published online or in print by The Rivendell Gazette, Long Story Short, Moon City Review, Unlikely Stories 2.0, Blink Ink Online, Short, Fast, and Deadly, and Six Minute Magazine. In September 2010, Long Story Short selected “Stolen Thunder” as its Story of the Month. Role Reboot published his first essay on gender roles, “Why Emotional Intelligence is Vital for Husbands.” He frequently writes for Role Reboot and The Good Men Project on gender roles, marriage, masculinity, and political and cultural debates. Follow him on Twitter @EricSentell.
Using the U.S. Benghazi embassy attack as an example, Eric Sentell reveals the “echo chamber” effect in partisan journalism.
Eric Sentell urges good men to teach themselves and their sons to engage with learning and with others before the gender gap becomes a chasm.
Eric Sentell argues that regulating ammunition would be more effective—and acceptable to gun-owners—than regulating the guns themselves.
Do we judge female and male Comic Book Movie actors differently? Alex Yarde says absolutely.
The first in our series of cruddy Christmas ads from yesteryear.
An excerpt from photographer Jason Landry’s new book of essays.
You put your heart on the line and you swing for the fences… and sometimes you’re gonna strike out.
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A choir 5,000 voices strong pays tribute to Zach Sobiech. It is sad and wonderful.
Matthew Remski discusses ways to create a lasting connection between dads and their new babies, one that is attentive and not reactive.
Danny Baker discovered the hard way that depending on your lover to also be your therapist is disastrous for your relationship.
What Renner Larson’s grandfather, uncle and Dick Van Dyke taught him about masculinity.
Gary Lai is married to Jill Morley of Fight Like a Girl fame. And the question he gets asked all the time is, “What do you think when your wife gets hit in the face.”
Jacob Tucker’s brother just turned 24. And it’s time Jacob told him what he really thinks about him.
Confused, retired Lt. Colonel Ronald Johnson knocked on the wrong door one early morning.