Grade School Gets Schooled on Obvious Gender Bias

Because boys don’t need to learn confidence and girls aren’t going to college? Yeah, right!

Forgiveness: My Sons’ Painful Journey to Freedom

Their alcoholic father left them a legacy of abuse and hate, but they learned to leave that behind.

From Men Dead Too Soon, The Suicide Notes

Young men choose death because they cannot live with the bullying, intolerance, and hate. They need to know there is hope.

My Dear Son, 3 Traits I Hope You Choose in Your Friends

As a father he’d love to hand pick his son’s friends, but really there are three things that matter most.

In the Mirror: A Retrospect of Growth and Perception

Is aging just something that happens, or is it an opportunity for men to see their own reflection in a mirror and leave a legacy behind?

What My 15 Year Old Son Taught Me About Being a Man

Turning 18 is a piece of cake, becoming a man is a piece of history. What is the difference?

To My Sons: Lessons on Manhood I Learned From Your Father

Put family first. Start a food fight. Laugh. Love. Lisa Gastaldo shares advice to her sons from her late husband.

Tender and Tough: The Impossible Task We Give Our Men

Here I was championing the softer side of boys every day, but in real life I was communicating a desire for the exact opposite.

My Dear Son, I am Thankful For Your Empathy

Empathy is the building block of morality. Are we nurturing it in our boys?

What Porn Magazines at Boy’s Eye Level Says About Today’s Men

Author Jay Cradeur shares why our culture still breeds female objectification and mysogyny. Look in the mirror.

The Line Between Protecting and Hindering Your Daughters

‘Am I helping or hurting my coming-of-age daughter?’ Edgar Wilson boldly examines that question.

Dads Who Let Boys Play With Dolls: The Norm Not The Exception

How often do we play to the default premise being “dad sees boy with doll, dad freaks out because boys don’t play with dolls, dad gives kid a superhero instead and points him at something to shoot.” Let’s stop that.

‘I don’t know what it means to be a man, and for a while I thought the weight room could tell me.’

“I don’t know what it means to be a man, and for a while I thought the weight room could tell me.”

What My Son Taught Me About Charity

Sometimes it takes a child to remind us that it isn’t the gift itself, but the meaning it gives our life that really matters.

Letting My Boys be Boys in Their Own Way

She decided to let her boys decide for themselves how they wanted to dress, act, and identify. Experiment successful.

To Anyone I Ever Bullied: I Am Truly Sorry

Scotty Schrier reflects on being bullied as a child, and how he turned into the very thing he loathed most.