Three steps to being brave.
This is just ridiculous.
Men, we need you to be courageous and speak up.
As a feminist dad, Ariel Chesler had to think long and hard about whether to let his little girl dress up as a Disney Princess.
Chris Kyle learned early on that he better man up and sure as hell ‘Don’t cry!’ He learned later that vulnerability makes him stronger.
“It’s a woman’s job to make her man feel safe — a safe place that doesn’t expect him to do brave things just because he’s a man.”
This is a comment by Kat on the post “A Husband’s Job Is To Create Emotional Safety”.
Arthur Eddy loves seeing the ways in which his 5-year-old daughter is both alike and different from him.
Disney’s “Brave” has been touted as a the boldest stereotype-busting kids’ movie in cinematic history, but Joanna Schroeder thinks there is another Oscar-nominated animated feature that has been overlooked for its brave portrayal of gender.
Tom Burns found an unexpected ally in the fight to bring equality to the kids’ underpants selection. Now he needs your help.
Sidney Stone hopes that the fairy tales of the future can help undo some of the damaging messages about gender that have been sent to boys and girls in the past.
Note: three months ago, a young man named Jonah Mowry posted a video online. He used one of my favourite songs to underscore his emotional confession. Thankfully, this video has just recently gone viral. Life is tough. It’s tough when you’re a teen, it’s tough when you’re an adult. Sometimes accepting that and really feeling it is […]