Joanna Schroeder recaps and rips into this week’s episode of Mad Men: Season 6, Episode 6.
Joanna Schroeder is the type of working mom who opens her car door and junk spills out all over the ground. Her work includes being the “She” in She Said He Said, a sex and dating advice blog, and serving as Senior Editor of The Good Men Project. Joanna loves playing with her sons, skateboarding with her husband, and hanging out with friends. Her dream is to someday finish and sell her almost-done novel. Follow her shenanigans on Twitter.
Joanna Schroeder and her son reconcile their anger at the Boston bombing suspects with the morality they try to cultivate.
How do we talk honestly about the issue of male-perpetrated violence without casting masculinity as the cause? Because we know that the vast, vast majority of men are good citizens who are adding to the goodness of the world.
We must remind ourselves—every single one of us—that peace has to start within ourselves, and extend out to the entire world.
Marathoners from all over Los Angeles joined together to show support for the city of Boston, after the deadly Boston Marathon bombing.
Grasping for answers to Boston’s bombing, Joanna Schroeder lands on the only thing with any meaning in an out-of-control world.
President Obama just announced a 5% pay cut for himself in solidarity with federal employees. But does it matter? And who is hurt most as a result of sequestration?
Joanna Schroeder and Hugo Schwyzer react to a moving Salon article where a woman finally realizes she isn’t responsible for being taken advantage of by a 20 year-old man, when she was only 12.
Want the truth about Stop and Frisk? Fact is, a gun buyback program yields more weapons in one weekend than police stops do in an entire year.
I couldn’t help but snap a pic of this Mudflap Guy on the back of a young woman’s car. What do you think? Sexist? Empowering? Hilarious?
Even when the world is dark, and people are picking on you for wearing glasses, Mom and Dad are here and we’d take a bullet to spare you pain.
A 12 year-old boy who was beaten into a coma on the playground was taken off life support. Considering this bullying epidemic, would you teach your kids to fight?
If Kate Upton can’t get you to care about $1.1 Trillion in potential spending cuts to things like air traffic controllers and education, what in the world will?
Whenever my sons laugh until they fall over, disappear into a make-believe game or run across the room to hug me, I’m reminded of the glory of childhood.
Disney’s “Brave” has been touted as a the boldest stereotype-busting kids’ movie in cinematic history, but Joanna Schroeder thinks there is another Oscar-nominated animated feature that has been overlooked for its brave portrayal of gender.
To This Day is a project based upon a spoken word poem by Shane Koyczan, who was taunted and bullied as a kid. Animators were invited to illustrate 20 seconds of the poem, which was woven together to create this masterpiece.
Same-sex marriage and adoptions are now legal in France.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”
An AIDS activist, a Christian missionary, a wilderness first responder, and a revolutionary rock star… Premium Members talk to four men who’ve made it their lives’ work to help other people, and how any of us can be prepared to take action in a crisis.
Every Wednesday in Hartford’s Bushnell Park, a barber sets up shop to give free haircuts to anyone who wants one—the homeless to longtime clients all pay the same fee: one hug.
One “ragtag group of ruffians” with a mission plus a global community make Upworthy.com a social media site that makes a difference.
Five ways to change your life for good.
Spoon Jackson writes, “I believe art is waiting to come out when allowed the room to flow up.”
“The Future belongs to crowds,” said Don DeLillo. Aaron Gilbreath is embarking on a project to document that future in a new book, “Crowded.”
When destruction threatens our ability to hope, gratitude is a balm.
How hateful is your section of the country? Twitter provides the answer.
Take a look at how many people have enough drinking water or how many know how to read in this stylish infographic.
These are comments by David May and Rick on the post “For The Love Of God, Please Stop Saying ‘Bromance’”.
This Comment of the Day was by wellokaythen on the post How We Can Improve Sex Ed for Boys?
Do you know the way to your own heart? Men who cook and write wanted.
It’s not exactly criminal. So why do you hide the source of your joy?
Sometimes, what makes us do evil is easier to understand than the reasons why we choose to do good.