Who would have thought buying condoms could also make you an activist.
Afraid his earnest plea will be taken in a negative way, activist Larry Swetman faces his fear and asks for an open dialogue on race.
If a single word is enough to disregard an entire population’s feelings and humanity, you can imagine why people would want it erased from our vocabulary.
Sam Killerman wrestles with the question of what to do when the people who you ally with throw sticks, and the people who hate them throw stones. Except those sticks and stones are words.
Coach of the award-winning Chosen League, Philly Roots Fellow Isaiah Thomas says he coaches to mentor instead of coaching to win.
Outspoken athletes of today have yet to reach the level of political and social activism that we saw from Tommie Smith, Muhammad Ali, and others, in the 1960s and 70s.
Being a do-gooder has it benefits—despite what you may think—and the most rewarding of them all is that priceless feeling in your heart.
Homeless Philadelphian Paul Klemmer grew up in Redbank, New York, with all the symptoms of Affluenza, but by age 20 he was on tour with the Grateful Dead, selling acid to concert goers in the parking lot. The self-proclaimed veteran of the “War for Peace” is now sick with a new social disease, povertism, an illness with no respect to race, only class.
Neil Smith chose to go vegan as his way to make a difference in the world. He makes the case for why you should consider it, too.
The 32 year-old story of the “World’s Most Famous Death Row Inmate” – a moniker coined by the New York Times – is now being told through a fresh face, with hopes of it being read, heard and understood by a younger, more socially conscious audience.
The incredible true story of Knoxville politics bending toward sustainability, and how the city is already reaping the benefits.
If you want to end the controversial Stop and Frisk policy in New York City, you have six weeks to do it.
What does it take to create change? Is a disrespect necessary in order to draw attention to important topics? How far is too far? HeatherN breaks it down.
Jed Diamond investigates the ways in which the female and male bodies tend to be medically different, and require different treatments and approaches for the same conditions.
Strongman and seminary graduate N.C. Harrison reflects on a satisfying Academy Awards presentation that showcased the power of song.
Mark Greene asks, how is it that empathic men have been collectively tagged as “easily hurt” or “delicately aware?” Who made that decision?
Boys will be boys, unless their black, then they’re adults.
Jed Diamond, PhD shares how to understand the fear and hurt beneath a man’s anger and help him move through all the feelings on the way to love.
Author Billy Coffey speaks about the effect his father had on his life, and where it’s brought him now.
Boys are often told that having a sexual experience with an older woman is a “badge of honor.” But many times such experiences can more accurately be described as a “traumatic experience” and even as a case of sexual abuse.
Michael Amity investigates how one organization is trying to help re-allocate food in the USA so that people don’t have to go hungry.
The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
Daniel Parmeggiani shares how his neurosis for perfection led him to discover his true innocent nature.
It all started when he and Mary decided to throw a party.
Sometimes a visit to the pub is more than that. It’s a lesson in friendship, craftsmanship, and sincerity.
YouTube superstars Tripp and Tyler poke gentle fun at the things that symbolize Christian manhood.
I would die so hard if I was ever entered in a bloody winner-takes-all tournament to the death.
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