What happens when we stop everything?
Dan Griffin believes that when it comes to addiction, recovery and abuse, “someone’s got to talk about it.”
The gift of the physical is waning. Despite my attempts to stem the tide, my body will continue its slow fade.
Hamilton Cain analyzes salaries and fertility rates to figure out the best time to start a family.
Is there space for men in domestic violence programs? Yes, and this is just the beginning. More organizations are opening their doors to men—and finding enormous success.
Too often we’re taught that men are revolting and women are flawless.
Men simply don’t have an effective, reversible form of birth control comparable to the female pill. What’s taking so long?
Unfortunately, it’s coming too late to benefit Jonathan Lesser, who is one of what might be the last generation of bald men.
HIV-vaccine research only moves forward because of volunteers. One such subject is Joseph Caputo, who may now test false-positive for HIV—and whose dates think he’s diseased.
Take time for you. Your spouse and kids will appreciate it.
In college, Evan Jacobs stole his mother’s work phone to call phone-sex party lines. His mom nearly lost her job. Evan got a shrink.
Circumcision has been on the wane for years, but a growing community of men are out to reverse the snip decision their parents made years ago. Meet the foreskin restoration movement.
Cole Gamble, who has both a foreskin and a happy sex life, never thought his wife would demand that their son get circumcised.
“I was a convert, fallen hard, singing out my lungs, marching my way to the Tabernacle.”
How do you know when you’re in love? For Gregory Sherl, it’s when you rarely need to sanitize your hands.