What happens when a dad realizes how their town is treating his goth daughter?
Leo Babauta knows the reason advertising works is because many people are trying to fill a void, but he believes the tools for true happiness are not found in material possessions at all.
Madison Avenue marketers pay heed, Jim Guerci teaches his students to reverse engineer advertising that could change the world.
Two GMP writers offer two different takes: Is this a glimpse at new, unsure parents or another poor example of the modern dad in advertising?
You’ve seen the viral photos of “real men” in their underwear. Tony Posnanski thinks defining any man as “real” does more harm than good.
The largest corporations shudder at the thought of you being an active, conscious user of your own time and money.
Mandy Brasher speaks up for the women who just want a good meatball sub and some Old Navy flip flops
LG just paid a boatload of money for an ad that portrays men and boys as unable to understand a refrigerator.
Dr. Deborah Gilboa suggests strategies for how parents can talk to their kids about the unrealistic and often inappropriate messages that can be found in modern commercials.
A new Coca-Cola commercial from Argentina perfectly sums up the highs and lows of becoming a parent for the first time
Brent Almond issues a challenge to photo card companies: Stop ignoring modern families and feature more diverse relationships in your holiday advertising
Do you consider nutritional benefits more important than the survival of the planet?
Let’s get down to business: I wish I’d known some of these things a long time ago.
Tim Lineaweaver believes a child should grow up believing their home is a safe place to be. It was something he himself didn’t have.
Ignorance of the masculine and feminine archetypal energies at play in our intimate relationships, whether straight or gay, can cost us everything.
When one man was told, “It looks like you’re gay,” it was the beginning of something good.
The Pain of the Prison System (POPS) helps creative kids find their voice and see who they are.
For Gen X’ers, anyone who deviates from the gender norms of the past could be in line for the friend zone.
If you’re looking for some pleasant new music to quietly keep you company at your work desk, this is not the music for you. If you want something that will make you type faster, thump your heel on the floor, and make the guy next to you wonder why his hand and foot are suddenly bouncing*, then may I suggest Three Times Bad’s first album, American Sojourn.
After watching this dog save a suicidal veteran, Louise Thayer shares her experience with PTSD, veterans, and service animals.
Sure, Tinder has its perks and is a great ego-booster. But Jenn Ficarra thinks it’s time to weigh in on a few of the cons.
Can all the things a college degree promises — like credibility, hireability, security, and love — really be yours without that piece of paper? Then why invest the money or the time?
Shawn Henfling asks how does a dad navigate the dangerous waters of the Teen World without alienating his daughter but still keeping her safe?
Cameron Conaway isn’t a car guy, but when he attended Cadillac’s media drive for the 2015 ATS Coupe he felt the pull to become one.
Anne Theriault promises her young son that no matter how he expresses his gender or sexuality, she’ll stand by him.
Connected sex is what I’m after and what drives my fulfilling feelings. I get closeness from sex. I get relaxation and bonding from sex.
If Walt Whitman had lived in a different time, he might’ve written Perry Brass’s celebration of the boy in all of us.