Rob Plascencia wonders if he and his graduating class is ready for what comes next in life.
I shudder to think of all the instances of out-of-control teenage anger that nearly killed another, when those same angry kids never really intended to seriously hurt anyone in the first place.
Alyssa Royse has been thinking about the geeks vs. jocks conflict in high school, and how it may shape the way our men grow up.
17-year-old Ernesto Ponce had never enjoyed reading until the semester he was forced to spend an hour a day actually reading whatever he wanted.
As the Texas high-school football playoffs enter championship weekend, one ex-player provides a first-person portrait of Friday Night Lights.
Gabriel Goldstein sends off his older brother to military service with a moving portrait of their brotherly bond.
You may think you know the answer, but Mike Crider suggests the answer may not be as compelling as we think.
When Pat Brothwell moved out of northeastern Pennsylvania, he realized that Friday Night Lights is real.
Carmelo Vallone reflects on losing his first love to homicide and why he can’t talk about the Trayvon Martin verdict.
Josh Magill follows up his brave GMP post; ‘I Am a Man and I Am Fat’ that resonated with readers with this account of how he found the will to kick his ass—and the fat.
Kenny Shults discusses the problems social media is causing for today’s teens—from accidental bullying to ‘digital aprosodia’—and looks to new forms of media to solve them.
The world is surprised by two Georgia cops who changed a baby’s diaper. Why? Lynn Beisner investigates.
Two Cort Ruddys debate his/their feelings on Disney’s recent smash.
An article about a string of accidents leads the Ethics Editor to some disturbing questions.
Killing a man in the United States is faster and easier than ordering fast food at a drive-thru.
James Michael Sama admits that if he’d only been looking for the physical, he wouldn’t have found real, lasting love.
Ben Martin needed the rudest wake up call imaginable to learn to take responsibility for his actions in life and in his marriage.
When Nanine Iengo’s six year old son called his teacher, ‘sexy’, she knew that it was time to talk to him about the importance of words.
They cut the cord and he howled.
Being a dad in the 21st century isn’t easy. That’s why I like a program that makes saving for college a little less difficult.
Not everyone needs a full-time security force for their protection, but Dropcam is an affordable way to instantly secure some sweet peace o’mind.
Think guys aren’t romantic? Give these 35 songs by men a listen and change your mind.
Dr. Kelly Flanagan’s heart sank as he considered what would someday happen to his daughter in the make-up aisle.
Catherine O’Kane has been hurt and frustrated by some of her husband’s choices. But in her eyes, his strengths far outweigh his failures.
Dressed in Yoga Pants, he’s experiencing what it feels to have guys staring at his butt.
Guaranteed to be domesticated and not spray you with whatever they have stored in some sack they have hidden somewhere in their butt region.
Are We Not Men (and Women)?–Apparently Not? Cadillac’s Ad Polarizes