When you are in the sweet spot of your calling, it does not matter whether the moment is difficult or delightful. What is important is fidelity to the call.
A father tackles his young daughter’s query with an email that tells her to be true to herself.
A “modge-podge” of guys and 26 versions of masculinity— why aren’t you watching?
Maybe the world won’t end. Maybe, it will just be better.
Men are not second class citizens, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take men’s issues seriously. Addressing both women’s and men’s issues is not a zero sum game.
‘A man cannot be defined in one word,’ says Dana Delgardo, a transgender man who is finally living his life, his way.
Women have voices about sexual boundaries in their relationships. We need to welcome them.
If we continue to provide a “one size fits all” model of programming for boys we will continue to fail them and our communities.
We should all be about to wear what we love without judgement.
Quit acting like it’s something to be fixed.
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Why what we are doing here is so important.
All of these problems are ripples of a larger problem, pressure on all men in patriarchal societies to define themselves with hypermasculinity.
Sherry Wood was shocked when the father of her children came out as trangender and abandoned his family. ___ I spent 12 years with my partner. We had three kids, and then got divorced. Then they became transgender. I was shocked. The questions began to arise in my mind: Did I know? How I not […]
Bathrooms are not the only battleground for transgender rights. Peter LaBerge speaks in the persona of a Connecticut trans girl, incarcerated alongside men.