Maybe the world won’t end. Maybe, it will just be better.
What can you learn about yourself by coping with and understanding the first time you were told that to “be a man”?
I was probably wrong.
Think same-sex partnering and parenting is unique to humans? Not so much. Check out these love stories.
There is no love greater than that within the heart of a present and abiding parent. When that love is shattered, and the heart breaks, the only thing the rest of us can say is — we will never let this happen again.
I’d rather make the mistake of referring to someone by their birth pronoun than to mistake them for not being human at all.
Author Andy Hall examines his life compared to stereotypes of the man box and finds peace with his androgyny.
Buying toys for your kid? Here’s why you should try one without the gender ties.
Men everywhere are speaking out about the pressure they feel to “be a man.” These trans men describe their similar struggles with finding acceptance for who they are.
“He will have to wrestle with all of the definitions that the world uses to confine and limit our potential, but that is for later in life.”
More and more parents are attempting to raise their children without references to gender and its stereotypes/limitations. Are you one of them?
Teaching inclusiveness can only help make the world a better place.
Are you sure you’re a man? ___ This isn’t intended as an insult, though it could be considered as such. This is a thought-provoking concept most men don’t consider in our lives. We don’t go into the deeper thought of what being a man is, or even if “man” is a vocation or a science. […]