Jason Zufall is a dad who needs a buddy. He is finding that process to be harder than the romance that made him a dad in the first place. Here’s what happened one day to change all that.
It is a parody— but still-
How to create a community of men, with or without roadkill.
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers writes of men and brotherhood, and how healing can occur in unexpected places.
Duncan Alldridge explores men’s inherent need for play as part of healthy masculinity.
An encounter with a teammate reminds Isa Qasim that saying ‘I love you’ isn’t limited to romantic relationships or your immediate family.
Nature inspires us all. Even in the cold confines of Prison.
This comment was by Tom and originally appeared on the post “Why People Think My Boyfriends and I Are Gay”.
The oldest man on the cell block is also a first timer who is learning how to be in the here and now.
See what happens when three sets of friends stop wearing robes and start being real…naked.
It was supposed to be just a dinner. Jeff Bogle found it was so much more. “We were engaged in a conversation men of previous generations rarely could and therefore rarely did have.” Here’s what happened.
At 45 years old, James Fell thought cliff-jumping was a young man’s game… But now he’s back with his son, and he won’t be daunted by a fifty foot fall.
Jeff Tomczek believes men have an opportunity to create better friendships with each other.
In our darkest hours, it is important to have an emergency support system, and though it can be hard, sometimes we need to be able to let go of our pride and let in those closest to us.