Lori Lothian is pretty sure there’s something divine about man’s best friend.
John Brier writes about his first breakup—dealing with feelings of rejection, innocence and inner worth—and an exercise in vulnerability.
Bored by our careful culture of risk aversion, Ged Naughton lays down a challenge: Do something new and different for once. Take a risk!
Mastered in childhood and carried into adulthood, the dumb boy face is a pernicious mask handy for avoiding accountability, writes Craig Bloomstrand.
Let your children dream about peace and beauty and hope. Let them believe that they are lightning rods for global change.
Why do good men have to pay for other men’s bad behavior? Hugo Schwyzer explains the answer he learned in his first Women’s Studies class.
“It’s not that I want back all my innocence, just the joy of losing it again” – Dawes, “Strangers Getting Stranger”
Even now, some 30 years later, Yago Colás remembers the jump-shot fundamentals he learned back in eighth grade.
Dr. Jed Diamond shares some surprising findings from the new science of love.
Bruce “Pop Pop” Johnson recalls the moment climate change became real to him.
Kirk Mantay wants to be the mentor his 14 year old self never had.
Alexander Yarde is frustrated with the media encouraging rape culture with dangerous rape scenes that encourage the “but she really wanted it” way of thinking.
Christian Ward screwed up the cabinets. An honest mistake, but one which caused him to take a long look at his ideas of what it meant to be a man.
Ken Goldstein appeared on Stuart Varney’s business show and was surprised at the level of rage the conversation sparked.
Theresa Byrne offers seven situations in which we might fall for a sociopath.
Have you worked an absolutely terrible job, a truly odd job, or a dream job? Guyhood wants your story.
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Ben Stich knows you love your kids more than you hate your ex. Here’s how you can show it.
“I was almost killed by men with shotguns, on a raft, down a river.” Sounds like the start of a blues song to us.
Pete Louison tells passes along sage advice to his twenty-something year old kids who are about to enter the workforce.
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