Lawrence Benner’s cat just died, and it’s got him thinking about all the ways we’re obsessed with death, when it’s really quite simple.
A guy saying suggestive things in front of her son, a coworker who got mailed pot, and a couple on opposite ends of the political spectrum.
An excerpt from Steve Belanger’s new book: My Penthouse Past: Failing My Way Up the Corporate Ladder of an Empire Built of Skin.
After losing his best friend to suicide, Eirik Rogers was flooded with grief and on the brink of taking his own life—until another man’s story saved him.
A boyfriend’s lovemaking preferences, a roommate who drops into events without invitation, and exercise getting in the way of the marriage.
Mitchell Fink tried to do all the things he thought he was supposed to do as a man. Until he found himself depressed, alone, unable to ask for help — and suicidal.
Leo Babauta gives us a framework with which to deal with all interactions, along with ways to make managing children a easier.
Growing up Orthodox Jewish in Houston, Texas in the 1950s and ’60s, the mixing of dairy and meat was forbidden.
A sedentary son, a boyfriend planning an unpleasant vacation, and girlfriend who hangs up.
When it comes to dividing chores before company arrives, Randy Strauss thinks “honey do” lists are the pits.
Janet Steen explores the history and appeal of man-spaces.
If you can see the potential in your life, you are ready to be inspired.
Brett Adamson became a nurse because he wanted to help people, but he quickly discovered that as a man, you’re never just a nurse, you’re always a “male nurse.”
Gint Aras turns 40 today, and his wishes are simple.
The Internet unleashed its special brand of mockery upon Columbia’s accepted students this week, and Noah Samotin was one of the victims. Except, he doesn’t see himself as a victim at all.
The Style Gent knows how good it feels to put on a great suit, but he also knows that what really matters comes from what a man can give to the world.