The Reflection of Perception: Kindness, Disability and Image

When does perception take more than sight and intellect? Erin Kelly offers a different perspective on one man’s act of kindness towards a mother and her disabled daughter.

One Small Step for Man: My Road to Social Justice

Erin Kelly reflects on her journey as Social Justice Editor at The Good Men Project, and the lessons she’s learned about serving the good of man along the way.

The Man Behind the Pope: A Lesson in Compassion and Humility

What can men learn from Pope Francis’ visit to America? The story of Michael Keating may offer a fresh perspective.

Confessions of a Fighter: When Life is Defined by Negativity

Has your life always been a fight? Erin Kelly has learned from good men to roll with the punches now more than ever.

Souls in a Cage: The Slow Decay of the Mentally Ill in Prison

Erin Kelly examines the recent treatment of prisoners with mental illness by the US police force.

Running Side by Side: A Simple Act of Kindness

In this video that’s sweeping the Internet, Matt Woodrum shows inner strength and heart. His gym teacher and classmates show the beauty of a simple act of human kindness.

Beauty in the Broken: A Lesson in Personal Loss

Erin Kelly reflects on the day her freedom was taken away due to a recent flood in her hometown.

The Power of Parallels: The Hawking Family, Disability and Me

Erin Kelly examines how the similarities between Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones’ portrayal of Stephen and Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything collide with her own life.

In the Mirror: Disability, Love and Friendship

Erin Kelly believes there’s more to love and friendship than what society portrays.

My Wheelchair Doesn’t Define Me

Erin Kelly on her wheelchair, its stigmas and how they’ve helped her find dignity as an individual.

Man With Cerebral Palsy + Awesome Brother = Completed Ironman

Peder Mondrup’s incredible and inspiration story shared through photos.

Step By Step: A Brother’s Lesson in Love, Empathy and Giving Back

Hunter Grandee recently completed a 40-mile walk in his hometown with his brother in an attempt to raise awareness about cerebral palsy. Erin Kelly examines the lesson we can all learn from his efforts.

One Mile at a Time: Connor and Cayden Long

These true champions redefine brotherhood.

Power of My Palsy

Andrew Morrison-Gurza talks about what it means to be a token of inspiration to a Person with a Disability .

The March of India: Living in the Shadow of a Disability

Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, explores the impact of the thousands of disabled Indians who protested in New Delhi for the right to be counted as equal.

When Dolls Can Dream

Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, explores the impact of one little girl’s courage to petition for the manufacturers of American Girl dolls to make a doll with a disability.