With small numbers, net accumulated wealth and disparate political, religious, and socioeconomic class backgrounds, Jewish people simply do not have the clout of which others have accused us.
Our perceptions of black masculinity are based on myths white men created to dehumanize black men. But we are captive to these myths inasmuch as we desire to make this imagined black masculinity our own.
Waiting for a friend outside Wrigley Field, Paul Schneider discovers a new way to honor an ancient ritual.
Their jokes were wrong. But the defense on Twitter was even worse.
A number of writers familiar and new wrote for The Good Men Project this year. Here’s a roundup of some of their contributions.
Many Jewish families have their own special Christmas traditions. Thomas Fiffer remembers—and recreates—his mother’s German Pancake.
JK Rowling comes out with her views on LGBT and Jewish students at Hogwarts. We’re all happy to know that this fictional school is a safe haven for more than just Harry.
War is insanity and brings about pain, death and misery. Peace equals life, prosperity and happiness. What do you chose?
Jess Kornbluth reviews cartoonist Roz Chast’s memoir, and discusses the hard stuff about getting older.
Community College instructor Gint Aras responds to Tal Fortgang’s dismissal of his white privilege.
Edie Weinstein is learning the meaning of love, commitment and devotion after standing at the altar at least 300 times.
During his Bar Mitzvah, this young man teaches a lesson about love that many people would like to ignore.
Edie Weinstein writes about the men in her life, the changes in her body and the different sources of inspiration she’s found for love and friendship
Gabriel Goldstein sends off his older brother to military service with a moving portrait of their brotherly bond.