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.
This is a completely different—and stunning– application of time-lapse photography.
Enough reality for one week. Fiction beckons…
Look at the bright side, no matter how damaging our dating experiences are, we learn something very important from each person we open our hearts to.
Is Life Without Parole an unjust punishment? Can it ever be just?
Food, environment, people. These three things form a ménage à trois.
In a culture so focused on individuality and “every man for himself,” there’s a lot of pressure to conform.
In this Loveumentary podcast, Nate Bagley sits down with a couple to talk love at first sight and what makes a real, happy marriage work.
Mistakes when acknowledged and accepted are often a learning opportunity for growth. Use them.
Steven Lake examines the pressures of a multi-tasking world and how we can fight back to save our relationships.
Hero or goat, The Closer holds fans’ hearts in his hand.
Bryan Reeves finds something deeply compelling about being with a woman who can take care of herself, and who enjoys allowing him to take care of her anyway.
Broken gender stereotypes, strong male role models, an Indian stay at home dad, Mary Kom’s story has it all!
The tombstone reads 1967 — 2014. But will anyone really cry at the funeral?
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
Using Membership Rewards® from American Express, my family can experience a whole lot of things that might have otherwise been out of reach.
Jordan Gray says that in order to be a man, you must first decide on your own personal ideals of masculinity.
These are life-changers because they are tools to change what you need to change, and appreciate what you already have.
John McElhenney realizes that his immediate attraction to women who are somehow broken relates to a sister who he couldn’t save.