Jeff Hay thinks parents should lead by example—and that you can learn a lot about a person from the way they handle a bar stool.
Have an Atheist around and don’t know what to get them for the Holidays? Fear not, Doug Zeigler has 10 suggestions to help you out.
To my dear wife…from your husband. —– I am sitting in a hotel room thousands of miles away from you. I know you and my whole family is fast asleep right now. The house is dark and the fires that have warmed your evening are dying down. But I am awake and thinking of you […]
The idea of acquiring an entire year’s worth of food might sound overwhelming. There’s a trick to it, and Dirk Puckett breaks it down here for you.
Emily Hartridge takes a guess at why guys lose interest… What do you think, fellas? Is she right?
A fan starts her story with, “Let me tell you a thing, about an amazing man named Patrick Stewart.”
There is a “crisis of masculinity in Britain” because of the pressures rapid economic and social change have placed on masculine identity says Diane Abbott, a senior British Politician. The rise of a “Viagra and Jack Daniels culture” is an indication of the pressure young men are under to live up to “pornified ideals.”
We all know the Globe had a rough week. The Tribune decided to do something nice about it.
It can be uncomfortable for men to talk about manhood or what it means to be a good father; as well as showing that men can rise above this and decide the issues at hand are too important to stay quiet.
Mr. Yeats Must Identify Nature I loved you there Like Adam loves Eve chewing your bubble gum and drinking cappuccino An unusual woman Dressed in infinite symbols You—created by some lonesome God for a no-symbols man with a pathology of desire I prattled aloud about passion past you Signifying my forever love You did […]
Cat Man I approached her like a cat, thinking only of sexual intercourse. Straw hair: It would do in the dark, as would her toes. I held my la Madeleine cup of coffee with cream, a symbol of my precious bodily fluids, wondering if I had the courage. Perhaps I was broken. I had […]
With Gustav Klimt on the Wall No. 10,000 she Was not psychologically sound And I spinned not In a poet’s gyre More like an electric dryer of clothes Or a washing machine cockeyed wet. This For my love. When politely she said Dissipate, Anyman. On dry wall the God.