A.J. Jacobs called it “the most honest children’s book ever written.”
Men reveal their favorite “guy rituals,” not all of which (reading a newspaper on the can, for one) are fully appreciated by the women in our lives.
We asked famous men (and average Joes) to answer the question, “From which of your mistakes did you learn the most?” This is what they said.
Bestselling author and funny man A.J. Jacobs waxes poetic about dadhood, stuffing your feelings, and the strangely calming picture of a skull on his computer desktop.
No it’s not because they’re selfish. It’s a lot more complicated than that.
Imagine you’ve been given a blank check to write in any amount. If you had to give back to the world exactly what you planned on taking out, would your number change?
Getting and being real put his life as a father and writer in focus.
A sneak preview of one tip: get moving, men!
If we begin to change how people receive mental health care, shouldn’t we ensure policies support better access to quality mental health care for athletes?
A few thoughts on Socialism and a new society.
Sometimes men like to mow and women like to cook—it’s not anti-equality to choose the roles you prefer.
Bill Singley considers the many ways we define family.
I had no idea this even existed.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men why more Black and White Americans are concerned about race
Stop voting for politicians and start voting with your dollars.
Why what we are doing here is so important.