Films about boys growing up have been done before, but none of them compare to Richard Linklater’s newest movie.
The Giver is not just another movie based on a book for teens; it is an adaptation of a powerful story about the cost of living, a story that is experienced by everyone.
Raoul Wieland tries to balance his natural-born privileges with his own sadness and feelings of being unmoored to any larger social issue.
A Wisconsin teacher uses an essay about wolves to teach her students about empathy, environmentalism, and looking at all sides of a complex issue.
How can you escape an abusive past—a victim of bullying where no one believes you—without having those moments define you? One man’s story.
My magic childhood in California that I spent among redwoods and blackberries will never leave me, even as I leave it.
Brian Shea tells stories of his mom and his male friends, through the rituals that connected them all.
Are boys and men are constantly trying to prove their masculinity? How can we, as a society, re-define masculinity so that boys and men can feel comfortable being themselves?
Dr. John Mchugh might not have been a true-blue Elvis fan, but the man touched him in some unlikely ways nonetheless.
Sean Hackett knows what it’s like to be uncool. He turned it into art. Here he helps a fellow underdog, also bullied.
A 60-year-old man is still unable to comprehend rape. But looking back at stories in his life, he gains insights he wants to share.
As a Bro, Stephen Michell admits that becoming good men can’t be done without some self-reflection and personal understanding.
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Anthony Carter knows how hard it is to survive a childhood that was critical of who he was. He wants that to change for the boys of today.
Brian Lewis, President of Men Recovering from Military Sexual Trauma (MR. MST) discusses the persistent invisibility of male sexual assault victims.
Should suing the President be limited and impeachment reserved for the constitutional definition of “treason,bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors”?
Steve O’Neill proposes that we start doing things in a world that tells us not to.
Tony Hawk joins the growing list of people declaring that marriage is an equal right.
This mind-blowing video puts our place in the universe in startling perspective.
Grace, Empathy and kindness Make our Day
“When we face our emotions, we can learn what they are trying to tell us about what we need and value,” writes psychologist Sandy Peace.
Feel smug about your level of skill, but don’t consider your smugness a sign of your education.
When his pregnant wife decided that she didn’t want to take elaborate maternity photos, an expecting father decided he didn’t want to miss out on the experience. The result is HILARIOUS.
Have you ever heard yourself saying the wrong thing to the wrong person? and you knew it wasn’t cool to keep talking? but you did it anyway?
It doesn’t matter that the giggles may not have been directed at him. Tony Posnanski shares a powerful moment in his recovery from food addiction.
Male Survivor Executive Director Chris Anderson pleads with Richard Dawkins to stop diminishing the experiences of other survivors.
Charles Orlando calls out the folks who say that some guys are just born cheaters who can’t help themselves.
Thomas Fiffer shares a single, simple pitfall that happy people avoid.
Bob Marrow could not talk about his son’s death for 25 years.