Ever wonder what your friends really want to do when their team wins?
John Taylor raises both hands and admits that he is a contender for Tool of the Year.
Ladies. Social media has unleashed a new strain of loser. The “thirsty” man. Here’s how to spot him.
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the Comment of the Day: “I wondered why rejection never triggers the self doubt in my female friends as it does my male friends.”
Professor, author, and breadwinning wife Andrea Doucet is startled by the portrayal of men in Hanna Rosin’s recent Slate story.
Dads who need an extra boost in their day—or those who are in the fight against ‘dadbod’—are turning onto the trend of Anytime Protein.
Ever wonder what your future wife is thinking? Daniel Dowling has a letter from her that you need to read.
Rick Sanchez enjoys an open dialogue with his daughter Sydney. They get especially talkative in the few minutes before lights out. In this episode, Sydney is reduced to tears recounting the bullying she is experiencing.
Author, John McElhenney, still tries to see the balance in his divorce decree. But after losing everything twice, he’s convinced we men need to fight for equal consideration after the marriage has ended.
After 55 years of being by his side every day, being apart was more than she could handle when my dad became ill.
Giving ideas to fanatics is like giving guns to kids. John Faithful Hamer tells us how.
Economic and environmental costs are the realities of rapidly expanding human impact.
The term “folklore” may be keeping us from some very important treatment discoveries.
…Without messing his suit or moving a hair out of place.
“I watched you try to stop this wagon with nothing but your will.”
After painful negotiations, leaders of the Anglican church have decided to “walk together” in spite of having deep differences on the subject of marriage.
This comment was made by Liam on the post “I Never Would Have Guess He’s Gay!” by JJ Vincent.
A storm is coming to the Dehesa, as the storms come into our lives.
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