Dillan DiGiovanni thinks it takes a strong man to dance like this in stiletto heels.
Photographer and documentarian Joe Hunich has created a stunning collection of interviews that document men talking honestly and frankly about what it means to be a dad.
When kids come into the picture and time is scarce each parent does what is easiest, so family life will often force you into your gender role by default.
Graham Phoenix looks at the anger surrounding the recent shooting in the US, and explains how it all relates to an expression of personal inadequacy.
The #DadsRead campaign promotes the benefits of fathers reading to their children. This infographic explains why dads need to read with their kids more often.
In this #DadsRead tribute, Steve Edwards tells the story of how Maurice Sendak’s “In the Night Kitchen” opened his eyes to how the simple act of reading can be educational for both parents AND children.
Recent studies argue that dads are significantly less likely to read to their children than moms are. But that’s a stereotype we can change this Father’s Day and here’s how we can do it…
June 28th, 2014 marks 45 years of Gay Rights activism and social change that started with civil disobedience.
Josh McCumber argues that if modern dads want to change how they’re being portrayed online, they’re going to need some help from the mom blogger community.
Jeff Dotts is a stay-at-home dad who’s making it up as he goes. But the cultural divide between moms and dads isn’t making it any easier.
After Stephane Wahl experienced first-hand how amazing nurses are she knows that the men who do such work deserve nothing but respect.
Robert Lore was in awe of the physical exertion he watched his wife endure every day during her pregnancy, so he embarked on his own fitness challenge to prepare his mind and body for becoming a dad.
Buzz Bishop would like certain moms who blog about parenting to stop treating their husbands like fools and start treating them as equal partners.
Again, this isn’t to say that these campaigns haven’t done good, but rather, that they should go farther.
Moving away from instructional language when addressing gender opens opportunities for parents, children and media.
When a story breaks that is important enough to be a part of the cultural conversation, we are there. #BlackLivesMatter
This is life in the 21st century right?
Since most of our “food” is genetically modified, why not label it as such and give us the choice of eating it or not?
David Shechtman discovers that the only way to address the issue is to replace fear with relationships.
Jay Snook reviews the latest ‘Hunger Games’ and finds change and growth for Peeta and Katniss. Is change Always a good thing?
One of the words is ‘you.’ Can you guess the other one?
Tamir Rice’s killing is an opportunity for honest dialogue about discretion from police and citizenry.
Aaron W. Voyles discusses his season’s thanks and his struggles with thank you’s.
In the aftermath of the Ferguson decision, The Saints Benjamin Watson is angry, frustrated, fearful, embarrassed, sad, sympathetic, offended, confused, introspective, hopeless, hopeful, and encouraged.
This year, Billy Flood’s Thanksgiving was defined by his father’s wisdom.
Dave Kanegis offers some simple exercises to help you bring your whole self to dating.
Alex Barnett shares the truth about toddler-parenting: There are no breaks. No timeouts. No commercials. You just go and go and go.
It’s true that that the car service company Uber has done some questionable things, but it’s also advancing liberals priorities.
There are some things worse than death and they can be overcome simply by thinking about… death.
Nick Pavlidis reflects on his marriage and calls out three crucial truths about being married that any newlywed should realize sooner than later.
Joanna Schroeder explains how the selfies parents take today can affect their child’s future (in a good way!).