At The Good Men Project we’ve sparked an international conversation about the changing roles of men in the 21st century.
You keep us inspired, hopeful, and willing to have the tough conversations. Join us as we look back on this past year and where we plan to go in 2016.
“I’m angry with a dead man, and I just don’t see the point of that.”
Chris and Jon discuss how men can replace their fear with love, which is especially important in a time when the news is filled with stories of war, violence, and terrorism.
Dr. Alun Withey on the history of razors, knives, and steel.
Dr Sparky Brooker looks at some of the history of Irish facial hairstyles.
Timothy Wegner is tired of having the world wait for him to be upset, and here’s why.
What’s the equation of health and beard length? Alun Withey discusses.
There’s a lot of precedent for manly men not wearing pants — besides, why should women have all the fun?
Glen Poole wants to help men talk about masculinity, men’s issues and the experience of being a man. All of which we obviously find incredibly important here at The Good Men Project.
What’s in a wardrobe? Findings reveal the powerful ways in which the clothing we wear shapes who we are, both at a behavioral and biological level.
How can we shed our layers of protection to become our full selves?
How does being a man relate to having a tender, compassionate heart?
Chris Forte on uncovering powers we didn’t even know we had inside of us.
Men aren’t supposed to be sensitive, right? Maybe the fact that our more sensitive side is stifled leaves us over-sensitive so that we explode instead of talking about what’s going on and dealing with it before it becomes overwhelming.
Despite how it can sometimes seem, there are many men out there on a similar spiritual journey.
Nathan Adlam, and the lesson he learned about how nice guys can finish first.