There’s a dark side to the 2014 World Cup. And then there’s this.
We throw the word hero around a little too casually these days. Here are some men who earn the title.
W.R.R. escaped his father’s child sex ring only to endure the horrors of homelessness: illness, starvation, and yet more sexual violence. How does this survivor find meaning in his life today?
An excerpt from a novel of sex trafficking and justice in Southeast Asia, by K. R. Dial, advocate of the International Justice Mission.
Despite players like the Jets’ Sheldon Richardson bringing negative attention to the league, there is still a great deal of good in the league. One of the best resides in Dallas and proves you can still find role models in the NFL.
Kristin Anderson says fatherhood makes a man at least 200% more attractive.
“We’re just f-buddies, John; it’s casual—you know, friends with benefits.”
After becoming the proud dad to five kids, Matt Sweetwood was handed a horrific divorce. Rather than allowing it to defeat him, he found a way to not only survive, but to find peace and success as a father. Here is how he did it.
Children aren’t miniature adults. Like butterflies, they go through dramatic changes to develop into amazing adults, and we need to respect that.
When his daughter had a brain tumor and he struggled to make sense of life, Joe Rodriguez found out who his true friends were. — Growing up, I considered everyone that surrounded me to be[Read More…]
Jed Diamond, Ph.D., says accepting ourselves as men (and women) means accepting ourselves in all areas of our lives.
At 56, I had an “Aha” moment: When you don’t try to take the shot, you don’t win – you lose.
Quentin Lucas says there’s one thing about his immature, single years that still haunts him: He was a terrible wingman.
‘Bumble’ may aim to give power to women, but Tillie Adelson sees it as a boon for men.
“I can walk into a men’s bathroom, and no one blinks because I have my clothes on. But once I drop my shorts, there is a lot of explaining to do.”
Climate change, arctic drilling, and direct action protest. James Blakely is an avid outdoorsman who wants you to care about the environment too.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?