Op-Ed: It’s High Time We Decriminalize Sex Work in the US

Sherri Rosen believes that it would benefit both men and women to create a system whereby sex work could be legal and safe.

Intimacy With a Man Going Through a Health Crisis

“When you walk into the Dutch Dialysis Center you see blood everywhere.” Sherri Rosen accompanies a friend to dialysis and learns about herself in the process.

How to Fail at Meeting the Girl of Your Dreams

The universe gave Atalwin Pilon a single chance to meet someone he was wildly attracted to. And he choked.

Thoughts on Happiness and Fear

Atalwin Pilon knows he isn’t happy 100% of the time. But is that even the point? If not, what is?

My Hometown: Call for Submissions Due 8/28

Tell us about the place that made you who you are.

Separation As A Test Of Love

We learn a lot about how we feel for a wife and children when we have to spend a chunk of time away.

Inside the Mind of a Procrastinating Meditator

Is my curiosity or my desire to escape reality propelling my procrastination?

5 Things I Hear As A Married Man

Demonstrating on this 4th of July that individuality and marriage can (and should) go together.

Alternate Endings to 2012

If the world had ended this year, it might have gone something like this.

Halfway Around the World, A Tipping Point

Brought low by heartbreak and as far from home as possible, Atalwin Pilon finds a tipping point, and gratitude.

The Hospitality Business

Imagine hospitality extended to one’s self: to be able to welcome all aspects of the self, all emotions, sensations and phenomena as honorable guests.

The Universe Invited Me To Write About Masculinity. So Here I Am.

Atalwin Pilon is a self-proclaimed former bad boy from Amsterdam who had a spiritual awakening at 32. Welcome to The Good Men Project.

The Prostitute Who (Almost) Saved My Relationship

A few weeks into a relationship, Evan Jacobs was obsessed. Not with his new girlfriend—with his plan to pay for sex in Amsterdam.

Hot or Not?

A new study finds that men judge women in milliseconds, while women—God bless them—like to get to know us first.