“The men whom I have met during the Project have each inspired me to grow in a different way. They are my heroes. What we need as men isn’t more silent suffering; it’s the willingness to tell and listen to the truth of our lives.” ~ Tom Matlack
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Award-winning poet and journalist Cameron Conaway on why he thinks The Good Men Project is a mission worth keeping alive.
We are a part of the change that is happening. And we’re asking you to be counted as a member of our community and part of that change.
GMP executive editor James Stafford on what a cruddy guy like him is doing in a nice place like this.
Why what we are doing here is so important.
We’re set on changing the negative stereotypes about men. Want to join us?
Why The Good Men Project is a movement I had to join.
An ad-free Good Men Project if you become a Premium Member. But that’s not all….
Become a Premium Member and poof! The ads disappear.
No, we’re not handymen. But we sure as heck are building something. And when we do demolition work, it’s demolishing the stereotypes that hamper men’s progress.
One of the reasons we started The Good Men Project was to dispel the notion that all guys were interested in was sex, sports and beer.
Yes, it’s hard. But we don’t care if things are hard, as long as they are not physically impossible.
What Does It Mean to Be a Man in the 21st Century? And What Does It Mean to Be a Media Company in the Same?
If there is anything we have learned in the past two and a half years since launching The Good Men Project, it’s that both are a lot harder than you might think.