Jeremy Barnes has been haunted by gun violence since 1994. He wishes for all who can make a difference to grab a case of beer, build a campfire, and work it out. Here is his story.
Men are known for not asking for help. Jeff Raymond gives five tips to facilitate man-to-man guidance.
Leo Babauta on how to argue for minimalism.
When it comes to discussing ideas and making intellectual progress, attitude matters.
Sitting in church awaiting the still common Sunday service, I cannot help notice the dwindling numbers and lacking newcomers, and ponder possible reasons why.
Despite what you may have heard, it’s possible to have a calm discussion in 140 characters or less.
Randall Horton, on how to negotiate an open relationship with your partner.
This isn’t a slam on religion; it’s a call for inclusive political debate.
Ken writes, “we live in a strange cruel society.” What do you think?
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Killing. Purpose. Time travel. What do these things have in common? The answer: manliness.
Lisette Johnson walks dads through the tricky process of talking with their daughters about sex.
“We must devise strategies to keep naming, interpreting, and confronting racism”. Beth Balliro answers a question sent to Steve Locke.
Joyce McFadden outlines ways fathers can be more communicative with their daughters about sexuality.
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