“My punchline is to make laughter commonplace in uncommon places.”
Walking embarrassment Evan Jacobs tells you everything you need to know to alienate friends and irritate people.
Michael Anthony is an Iraq War veteran, writer, and standup comedian. Here, he takes you through a typical performance.
Kenny Neal Shults wants to take “An un-serious look at a the serious subject of why we circumcise our kids with two short comic films that poke fun at American secular circumcision.”
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Brandon Jones believes both sides lose when we laugh at the implication that men and women just can’t understand each other.
“Why did the chicken cross the road? Where do bats get their energy? Knock, knock, who’s there, the interrupting cow. How do you know when a blonde has been making chocolate chip cookies?” By Gabe Durham
Jeff Swain remembers his uncle who taught him his first dirty joke, helped raise him, and taught him about being a man.
“Toward the end of the visiting hours, a woman who nobody seemed to know walked into the memorial service. She looked at me and said, You must be his son. She said, He left his mark on you.” By Michael Kimball
Jim Mitchem grew up around guns, was a marksman in the Air Force, and he has learned one simple truth about guns.
Having a healthy sex life is crucial to keeping a strong relationship. Has your sex life ever hurt your relationship?
If you’re looking to enliven your relationship, Jay Cradeur offers tips to rekindle your connection.
Nathan Graziano realizes he is a part of the culture that created Owen Labrie. We all are.
Jonah not only struggled in baseball, but he had been struggling in school. Did this kid have any shot of winning he game, did it even matter?
As we get older, we become more romantically experienced and more fluent in the language of emotion.
South African Dockworkers exerted real influence on the state by refusing to unload cargo. In a testament to the power of the few, their actions helped drive the local and national anti-apartheid movement.
Success comes from experiencing life and utilizing the finite resource of time the best we can. Everything else is just a distraction.
Potty training has hit the Boys in the Burbs house!
Every man has a choice to make. Will you truly live or simply exist?
Ideas about masculinity and vulnerability are changing. But is it enough to save men’s lives?
Will Obama’s Interim Progress Report make a difference in the numbers of unarmed black men and women killed at the hands of police officers?
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.