“The Intern” Delivers Laughs and More

A little laughter and a few good friends go a long way.

What Being a Parent Has Taught Me about Changing Gender Roles in the 21st Century

Joe DeProspero reflects on the importance of changing gender roles in the workplace and at home.

Men Are Not Broken

Do men really need fixing, or are we forgetting men are human too?

Under Pressure: The Unending, Always Changing, Rules of Spousal Support

There’s nothing stagnant about marriage, and that includes the roles of husband and wife. — I watched the tears stream down her face as the pit in my stomach emerged like an internal “Big Bang.” Everything was blurred at this moment. I focused on her eyes redding and swelling as new tears formed and fell from her […]

10 Ludicrous Commandments (20 Something) Men Are Expected to Follow

Are you a man in your twenties? Chances are you might be expected to fulfill these 10 ridiculous commandments.

Dear Dad: The One With ‘The Guitar Playing Stay-at-Home-Dad Wannabe’

A reader’s husband wants to play guitar and hang around the house all day, so she thinks he would make a great stay-at-home dad. ‘Dear Dad’ offers advice.

What if There is No Man Box?

What if the only reason the man box exists is because we built it?

Dad’s Hot Topic: On Hayden Panettiere and Postpartum Depression – Shhh! Say Nothing!

In a world where controversial ‘Hot Topics’ are abuzz, Brian Gawlak finds the teachable moments in trending issues.

What Does it Take to Make a Good Man Feel Loved?

What does it take to make a good man feel loved?

Men, Have You Grieved for Women Yet?

Is grief appropriate? Is it healing? Jonathan Delavan shares his emotional epiphany on a sensitive issue.

Man’s Dilemma: How Do I Know if I Measure Up?

Boys and men need these rites of passage to build their confidence and self-awareness.

Why is America the Home of Male Bashing?

Papa Bear is a bumbling fool. And TV dads are lovable losers who sometimes save the day. Only in America.

Boys: Needed and Necessary, Capable, and Loved

View image | gettyimages.com Gena Raymond is rethinking the way she relates to the boys in her life. — I’ve listened to several intelligent men describe why they were not successful in traditional school systems. I’ve heard them talk about feeling like outsiders in a world dominated by female educators in a system that lends […]

Dads Need to Stop Asking “Can Girls Have Too Much Confidence?” (But Give Her More)

Fathers can help their daughters counter stereotypes about confident females — here’s how.

What Makes European Men So European?

Western Europe seems to have a different definition of masculinity, one we can learn a a lot from.

Grade School Gets Schooled on Obvious Gender Bias

Because boys don’t need to learn confidence and girls aren’t going to college? Yeah, right!