Introducing a new weekly column on The Good Life by popular contributor “Dr. Bill” Johnson II on black masculinity. This week, he addresses people with common values, separated by a word.
James Maynard believes good men ought to be good feminists.
An ideology that lacks compassion for half of humanity will not secure freedom for anyone.
Amalie Steidley responds to Tom Matlack’s article on men and feminism.
Mark Greene explains why Feminism (or any ideology) is not a large enough container to hold the Good Men Project.
Joanna Schroeder believes that stories matter, but without analysis, the conversation is stunted.
If there’s one thing we’re all about here at the Good Men Project, it’s discussion.
Noah Brand makes the case that gender theory applies to both genders.
Hugo Schwyzer sees a world where men can be better, happier and different by including women’s voices in the telling of stories about men.
Higher Unlearning and White Ribbon Campaign’s Jeff Perera looks back at the initial Walk heard ’round the world, and forward to this
Ozy Frantz takes down a humor article that tries to be forward-thinking on gender issues and ends up the butt of its own joke.
Justin Cascio names five ways feminism helps men.
Lisa Solod wants young women to understand that feminism is about much more than just sex.
Ozy Frantz discusses what is and is not sexual objectification, and how common stereotypes about it are rooted in misandrist assumptions.