Weird, or Just Different?

“There’s a flip side to everything,” the saying goes, and in 2 minutes, Derek Sivers shows this is true in a few ways you might not expect.

I Can Hear You

Prerna Bakshi describes what hearing, but not being heard feels like.

Call for Submissions: Have You Ever Been Around Someone With a Disability?

How have experiences with the disabled impacted or influenced your life? Tell us at The Good Men Project.

If Love Requires Work, It Wasn’t Meant To Be

Kyle Benson challenges this common saying and shows how it hinders rather than helps relationships.

Five Wrong Assumptions About Dating a Woman Who was Betrayed

Don’t make the mistake of thinking you know her baggage or what she’s looking for.

The Words Don’t Always Define the Man

Are you too quick to make assumptions?

When a Man Sees Himself Through the Eyes of Others, it’s Astonishing

One man, six photographers, and six completely different visions.

Climbing the Ladder of Inference with Andrea Bocelli

Andrea Bocelli as an example of understanding assumptions and suspending judgement to improve leadership and overall workplace effectiveness.

4 Brutal Truths You MUST Teach Your Son About Love

You are his best chance for true love.

Get Your Assumptions Off My Kid

Just because Amelia’s son is gay, it doesn’t mean he’s gender non-conforming.

Running Up That Hill: Grappling With My Own Racial Bias

Gary Almeter hears a song being whistled, and his reaction forces him to confront assumptions about others…and himself.

The Price of a Salute Among Leaders of Men

What have you done, today, to earn the loyalty of those who follow you?

Why Is Long Hair Still Not Acceptable In Business?

Andrew Carlson wonders why so many people in the business world still make negative assumptions about long-haired men.

So Long Sophomore Slump

Sophomore year isn’t about surviving, it’s about thriving.

Stivers Cartoons: Rash Assumptions in the Butcher Shop

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Tell It to Me “Straight”

Mitch Helix wonders why “feminine” behaviors seem to make people think a man is gay.