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.
From public officials making offensive comments about private citizens, to private citizens making the same about public officials, bigotry and racism will not be tolerated.
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.
The historical ideologies of anti-Jewish prejudice from the 15th century to the Overland Park, Kansas Murders.
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.
Paul Zakrzewski—when confronted with the evidence that he wasn’t much of a man—reflects on the ongoing revolution for men.
Warren Blumenfeld explains that many people in the US understand “Christian proselytizing as resting upon a foundation of Christian privilege in the United States.”
Adam Rabasca looks at his ethnically-mixed family and asks why Americans identify ethnicity over nationality
“Over the centuries we have separated the sensual and spiritual. But lovers have left hints of the secret hidden within the physical world, reflected in its beauty.”
Billy Flood thinks he shouldn’t have to erase his culture in order to enjoy a film.
When he first wrote this, it was banned by a social media site. Ryan Bell doesn’t understand, since he was just saying what a lot of men are thinking.
Nick Chmura takes a hard look at past relationships.
His son’s starting Little League combines Mike Dittelman’s love of baseball and his son.
Black people aren’t monolithic, but that didn’t stop city leaders from creating a black political agenda, or the media from assigning a future voice of black Philadelphia.
A homeless man is being honored for heroically stopping the rape of a woman in Washington, D.C.
Can I, as a woman, genuinely impact male development? Does work with men take away limited and valuable resources from women and people of other marginalized gender identities?
The judges are looking for a guy “who is fit and fearless, a doer who gives back and leads by example.” Could that be Aydian Dowling?
Jenny Kanevsky explains the perils of staying connected to your ex and your old, shared life on social media and her choice to cut all ties.
Last Fall, social awareness intersected with professional sports with a profound and unifying message not seen since the 60s and 70s. Now, a collision looks inevitable.
Greg Wickeherst was the dad in a viral story. In it, he as a single dad went to cosmetology school just to learn how to do his daughter’s hair. Now with his new expertise, he announces the winner of a contest he ran: the best hairstyle by a dad in 2015 (so far)!
Mike Berry writes from the heart about why we have kids.
Mark Sherman is part of a growing bipartisan effort toward the establishment of a White House Council on Boys and Men.
Kevin knows that rebounding on the court is just as important as helping his body rebound and recover after a tough game. That’s why he reaches for chocolate milk for recovery.
Alex Yarde doesn’t look like someone who shaves, but oh how the BIC Flex 5 helps him get at the places he needs! #SmoothUp
Some values never lose their importance they just go out of style –time to bring this one back in a big way.
What we appreciate—and need—in a potential mate changes as we get older. James Michael Sama identifies eight ways our dating outlook shifts with—shall we call it, ahem, maturity instead of age?
Put an end to shaming by doing one beautifully simple thing.
Jordan Gray dives into when you should and when you shouldn’t get back with your ex.
Business owner Doug Wagner didn’t expect to learn 3 important lessons of leadership from grieving the loss of his best friend. But that’s exactly what happened.