100 Acts of Male Goodness

How do you know who is a good man? By his acts.

The Good Men Project is collecting images of male goodness in singular acts and in snapshots of men’s lives.


#1 Witness

#2 Foxy Lady

#3: General Contractor

#4: Emails From a Friend

#5: Eyes

#6: Hands

#7: Pandas

 #8: Philosophy

#9: Red Line

#10: The Runaway

#11: Pal Dog

#12: Broken Meditation

#13: Finding Fatherhood

#14: War

#15: Just Another Happy Family

#16: Bullshit

#17: Couch

#18:  Dog Bites and Pizza

#19: Sing Sing

#20: Southie

#21: Celebrity Ticket

#22: Fixing a Flat

#23: The Tour

#24: Cowboy

#25: Baby Face

#26: The Best Friend

#27: Lobster Pots

#28: Protector

#29: Virus

#30: Crutches

#31: The Mechanic

#32: Gas Tank

#33: Heartbreak

 #34: Abooda

#35: Coach Coughlin

#36: Poet

#37: Good?

#38: Nightmares

#39: The Music Man

#40: The GI

#41: Words

#42: Handshakes and Happiness

#43: The Janitor

#44: Shifting

#45: A Gentle Man

#46: The Caretaker

#47: The Fireman

#48 A Mother’s Answered Prayer

#49: Aurora

#50: Houseguest

#51:The Man in the Cowboy Hat

#52: The Documentarian

 

Do you have an Act of Male Goodness to share? Send your short submissions (250 words or shorter) to Justin Cascio, Senior Editor of The Good Men Project, at [email protected] with “100 Acts of Male Goodness” in the subject line.

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Comments

  1. Not buying it says:

    @Justin Cascio

    Thank you Sir, finally Something men & boys can look at & aspire to instead of the constant (men are pigs, men need to do this for women, men need to be ashamed of their gender, men have privilege, SO, …BLahh,Blahh).

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