It really is this simple. Prejudice has to be taught; it is not an inherent condition.
All of these problems are ripples of a larger problem, pressure on all men in patriarchal societies to define themselves with hypermasculinity.
There were a lot of GLBTQ-themed stories in the news in 2015. Here are 10 that were featured on the Good Men Project that you probably didn’t see in mainstream media, but you should have.
Yes, gay marriage is now legal. But this is hardly the time to be resting on our laurels.
At 90 years old, Hector Black has been out for 20 years. Now he shares the story of how he arrived at his late-in-life coming out.
Deciding whether to adopt more children can bring out a difficult internal struggle. Henry Amador explains his reasoning.
Joe Kort addresses the complex issues facing a marriage upon the husband’s self-realization of his true sexuality.
His wife suspected he was gay. It took several years of marriage and her encouragement for him to figure it out.
It took a song sent from his ex-girlfriend for Jerome Bwire to confront to reason why he wasn’t able to form relationships and move on to a happier life.
William Dameron came out later in life, thinking he was alone in his feelings. Now, he interview the editor of an anthology full of stories about men like himself.
Other players have come out later in their careers. Mason Darrow is starting out with a message: “You can be gay and play Division I football.”
On the first day of her first job, Sandi Marx met her boss, Stephen. He left an impression that remains more than 30 years later.