The Valuable Lesson of Mortality

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The questions we dread are the same ones everyone else dreads. They’re better asked and contemplated in community.

Male Passion Repressed or Uncontrollable, And Never Anything More

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Male passion is maligned in two ways: through rebuke and identification as uncontrollable.

Why Men Commit Suicide: The Three Warning Signs Most People Miss

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Jed Diamond, P.h.D, looks at suicide in men from both a personal and societal vantage point.

Do Men Prefer Feminism, Football or Fight Club?

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f we want men to talk about men’s issues then we have to stop dressing them up in feminist clothing says Glen Poole, our international men’s movement editor

“Men are the canaries in the coal mine telling us all that the old system is broken.”

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This comment was by Jed Diamond, in response to Dr. Adam Sheck’s article Men Helping Men: Can We Help Reduce the Suicide Rates Among Males?

We’ve Got To Learn To Talk About Men

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People who think differently about men and boys need space to learn how to speak with each other, says our International Men’s Movement editor, Glen Poole.

Man Down: A Tribute to Earl Silverman

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Earl Silverman, a Canadian men’s rights campaigner who ran the country’s only known safe house for abused men, died on Friday.

Death Wish

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Risky behavior in adolescent males ranges from self improvement to suicidal, but the reward is the same.

Join the International Men’s Movement Today

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A global call to action from Glen Poole, the Good Men Project’s new international men’s movement editor.

Violence and Victimization: Stereotypes of Dangerous Men

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Are male survivors of abuse more likely to become violent, themselves?

Men’s Issues: It’s Important to Celebrate Success

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John Anderson looks at some small but tangible progress in calling attention to men’s issues.

Men, Soften The Fck Up

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In Australia, the leading cause of death for men ages 14-44 is suicide… One group is doing something about it.

“I’ve known three guys personally that followed through with their suicides and they sure as heck never let anyone know.”

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This comment was from Tom B. on the post “Close Call: My Brush with Suicide” by Tim Pylypiuk