James Halcomb presents his favorites (and not so favs) from this last year.
Our “Man Cards” examine compelling men of past and present and demonstrate the variation and range of masculinity. Our first series spans from Ernest Hemingway and Ben Franklin to Justin Timberlake, Robert Downey Jr., Anderson Cooper and Ichiro Suzuki.
Justin Timberlake’s charm is supposed to work even on the toughest critic. Except, apparently, Matthew Norman’s wife.
Think adult ADD doesn’t exist? Think again. J.R. Reed looks at life with the illness and shows that it doesn’t have to control your life.
Awesome video of Jimmy Fallon and the fellas from “Guys With Kids” singing the history of TV theme songs.
Jamie Reidy explains why you HAVE TO spend the first Saturday in May in Louisville: The Kentucky Derby.
John Wineland speaks on advanced topics like jealousy, declaring desire, and creating communities of open hearted men all over the world.
Dr. Andrew Smiler discusses the oddity of a pop song that describes a man refusing a hookup. I’m listening to my local pop radio station and out of nowhere, this guy starts singing about turning[Read More…]
Resistance is the bane of any organizational change effort—or is it?
Lisa Gastaldo has been telling lies, and here’s why.
Listen up, not every person deserves the love you have to give. James M. Sama explains why.
Tor Constantino shares research that links excessive cursing in the media with aggression in kids.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men for their the thoughts on a recent survey in which white people are half as likely as black people to see that racism a major problem
“Would I have it in me to be the kind of mother that didn’t degrade or diminish his masculinity, but teach him that it can be a powerful tool for positivity, change and equality?”
Ray Jennings knew he needed to end it. But that was only the beginning.
Given the recent mass shootings committed by White people, why isn’t there a visible, grassroots effort by the White community to mitigate it?
The big story behind the Ashley Madison hack has nothing to do with the fact that 38 million cheaters were just exposed –here’s why it affects every single one of us…
Why what we are doing here is so important.