The Canadian reserve explodes in tears and anthems—just like the Americans we used to mock.
Zach Rosenberg has seen some terrible ads about incompetent fathers. This Cheerios ad is the exact opposite. Prepare to behold greatness.
Some resist. Twenty-two year old Jefferson Morris IV lets the swirling waters carry him where they may.
Some lessons change a life. Some lessons change as many as they can. Jeff Bogle shares the moment that changed his . . .
Not every father has the opportunity to take paternity leave, but Michael Cusden did. Here is his take on the experience …
Greg White fell in love with a Canadian man. And today, he got good news — “the kind of news where you recklessly go out to breakfast and eat carbs.”
One of New York’s most hilarious, tongue-in-cheek puppet shows makes its way to the Great White North.
Actor John Malkovich, in Toronto to perform the role of Casanova in the The Giacomo Variations at the Elgin Theatre, helped save the life of a man whose throat had been sliced open.
Briar MacLean may have saved a life, but his school to reprimand him instead of applauding his bravery.
If you dare to be the change, the change can become you.
John Anderson would like to start a conversation about the meaning of justice as it relates to stories in the news today.
Of course, if you don’t want to be hated at work (or anywhere else) you know what NOT to do.
Chris Hicke finds it hard to believe that Americans aren’t universally appalled by the new report on the torture program by the CIA.
In case you missed it, check out some of the interesting stories worth reading, or re-reading, from 2014.
Examining her painful recovery from betrayal and divorce led to some realizations about expectations and opportunities for gratitude.
The Good Men Project talks about the changing face of masculinity. Here are some of our best stories from 2014.
How do you let go of dreams that don’t fit anymore, and choose new ones that are the perfect fit for you right now?
From the folks at Sesame Street, an eye-opening look at the lives of 5 young filmmakers whose parents are incarcerated.
Anthony Carter challenges the idea that being color-blind is the best way to improve society and bring about equality.
From the Sochi Olympics to the NFL’s epicly bad year to the World Cup to athletes speaking out in the wake of police killings, Mike Kasdan reviews all the biggest stories we covered this year at The Good Men Project Sports
What measure knows the weight of compassion for a man?
This comment was by Tom and originally appeared on the post “Why People Think My Boyfriends and I Are Gay”.
Families with boys are blessed in eleven special ways, says this lesbian mom.
There’s nothing like a long drive for deep thinking, especially about love. Thomas Fiffer shares his ‘highway insights’ on relationship logjams.
Football season is here, which means beer season is here. And it’s always Star Wars season. So what’s missing?