In which Mark Greene puts himself under the parental microscope, and finds more than one Mark Greene.
After receiving a surprise response to a story he wrote, Andrew Morrison-Gurza examines an unexpected double standard.
A powerful poem from Jessica Server on the wages of imperialism, many of which we’re still encountering in the “post-colonial” world.
Nathan Graziano would like to talk about our propensity for accepting bad behavior—as long as it is in the name of a win.
Generations of men in one family placed their value on what they did instead of who they were. For Lisa Arends, this was the beginning of the end of her marriage.
Want to be an unforgettable lover? Forget about technique and try these three simple secrets.
Marriage should be about love and partnership, not politics and servitude.
Thomas Fiffer looks no further than his wall for three keys to staying happy.
Greg Dinkin has some advice for men that does not involve games of control.
Ami Bunker is tired of people trying to protect her son from how girls dress.
What happens when our phones understand us better than we understand ourselves?
Mary Windecker’s husband died during a diving trip in 1994, devastating her family. But a surprising discovery seventeen years later forced her to revisit her pain and loss in ways she hadn’t expected.
Another of the Phelps family, Zach Phelps-Roper, has left the Westboro Baptist Church Cult and is telling his story. What are we to return to people who spew so much hate?
A look at Andrew Smiler’s article “19 Terms for Relationships that Dehumanize Women”, and an attempt to turn those statements around.
White people, I am begging you to stop saying this stupid crap.