Our “For The Love of Men” section wants to share your stories about what makes your brother special.
Being the mother of two awesome sons is the best thing since… the Barbie Dream House.
One grunge rock anthem reveals the connections and disconnections between two brothers.
Josh Friedburg is proud of his coming out, but also realized he needed to make some changes in his own mind.
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers writes of men and brotherhood, and how healing can occur in unexpected places.
Jessica Pinchbeck documents different sets of brothers on different rugby teams, showing how the ties of a rugby family are pretty thick.
I learn as much from my sons as I hope they learn from me
Our parents left behind 4 boys. We’re all 5 or 6 years apart in age and we all have our own set of life experiences. 5 years ago, our oldest brother called a family meeting for just the brothers. Johnny, Teddy, that’s me, Charlie, and Billy.
Jim and Dave are brothers. They haven’t spoken in years and they don’t like each other very much.
We’re looking to publish stories about brothers (biological or otherwise).
If you are interested in sharing your ideas about what it means to be a good brother, or what fraternities could be doing differently, or what the brotherhood of mankind could do better, or maybe you just have a story about the city of brotherly love… send me a short 3 sentence pitch
Having a brother isn’t luck. It’s winning the lottery.
Thanks to her, you have a better understanding of women in general.