Joanna Schroeder wants us to face the truth about the type of prejudices we all carry inside of ourselves, and try to figure out how to combat them.
Through a Father’s Eyes: Artist Captures His Children’s Lives From Birth To Adolescence in 3 Minutes
Frans Hofmeester shot footage of his daughter every week of her life, from infancy to 12 years old. It is breathtaking to behold the way a tiny little baby changes to an adolescent right in front of her father’s eyes.
Josh Bowman believes that your politics mean nothing until they are tested.
In response to Dr. Robert Weissberg’s defense of a derogatory Yiddish word, Zek J. Evets raises a challenge to call out those who stay silent in the face of bigotry.
Mark Radcliffe thinks the thing you fear most – even if it’s going bald – can actually become your greatest strength.
Are you a video game addict, The New York Times asks?
What’s your favorite inspirational quote, and how has it shaped who you are as a man?
Abortion, contraception, reproductive rights — these are issues of both men and women. Here are two stories.
Jamie Reidy complains about major rock acts who don’t play all their best songs.
Joanna Schroeder wonders if men are as much pawns in the beauty industry’s manipulation as women are.
Jamie Reidy applauds the naughty entrepreneur who is making cleaning up dirty.
Tabitha Studer knows how important it is for parents to raise boys conscientiously, and so she complied a list of 25 rules for mothers of sons.
A selection of the editors’ favorite nauseatingly racist comments from our readers.
Jamie Reidy recounts how his photo ended up in the May 2011 issue of Playboy.
Tom Matlack wonders what would make a teenage boy go into a school cafeteria and blow away three innocent kids he barely knew.