Hitting your partner is a choice, but it’s not the only one. Here are 5 other options.
Duncan Alldridge laments the absence of rites of passage that taught men that “death was the primary way to build or rebuild a real life.”
Every once in a blue moon, something happens in the world which calls the collective Boy out, and invites us to expand into something greater.
Dr. David Lee Asbery discusses how his views about child support changed after his own divorce and suggests ways that men can start viewing similar situations in a new light.
Gender as an excuse for behaviour has become too common in dealing with personal criticism in a general and stereotypical way.
Christopher Nelson remembers “Bloody Knuckles”—and the disturbing things it taught us about manhood.
Newly separated, Ben Railton is beginning to realize that cooking for himself can be just as meaningful as cooking for his entire family.
America is losing men from the labor force, and has been for more than 50 years. How do we account for the trend? And how do we reverse it?
We’re told males in academics are in crisis, from grade school disengagement to less collegiate matriculation. What do our young men embedded in the experience think is needed in male education?
After his young son announced that “Daddies don’t cry,” Michael Bryant had to explain to his son why everyone—Daddies included—occasionally needs to have a good cry.
Mark Greene believes men’s avoidance of emotional risk when making friends can often result in friendships that are impersonal and inauthentic.
After imagining what kind of man his daughter would marry one day, Nick Pavlidis came up with this simple test to determine if he was, in fact, a terrible husband. (He failed.)
Jordan Gray says that in order to be a man, you must first decide on your own personal ideals of masculinity.
Thomas Fiffer offers his list of good man dos and don’ts because, in the end, our actions define us.
Douglas Mine, a former foreign correspondent, shares this memoir about meeting his Italian wife, starting a life together, and the honest emotions that accompany finding out, at age fifty-five, that you’re going to be a father again.
Michael Ellis provides a way to spring clean your life with the 12-week series: The Be a Better Man Challenge. Over 12 weeks it’ll prepare you to be, do and have more of what you want. Today’s video is about how to “Fess Up.”
Jordan Gray dives into when you should and when you shouldn’t get back with your ex. —– Should exes ever get back together? The vast majority of them… no, they shouldn’t. But the rule of “what[Read More...]
Mike Stilley’s open letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell: It’s time to step down.
Dameyon Bonson argues that, despite the popular stereotype, men do talk about their emotions, fears, and anxieties, but oftentimes, they just aren’t heard.
Let us revel in the diversity of literature rather than wallow in our own prejudices. The “freedom to read” is something should all celebrate.
Are you above such things? If not, suggestions are most definitely welcome.
Writer and survivor Randy Ellison found the strength to heal by finding his faith.
Business owner Doug Wager didn’t expect to learn 3 important lessons of leadership from grieving the loss of his best friend. But that’s exactly what happened.
L. Lamar Wilson raises a powerful memory of sameness and difference– a father-son moment that is both tender and sorrowful.
Upon reaching 50, the phrase ‘midlife crisis’ seems to fit some men’s lives. Joe Rutland offers an alternative viewpoint.
Darius Wlodarski waited in line for 44 hours, hoping a new iPhone 6 might save his broken marriage.
How do we teach our children to love unconditionally when they are surrounded by a culture of violence, discrimination and hate?
Cameron Conaway isn’t a car guy, but when he attended Cadillac’s media drive for the 2015 ATS Coupe he felt the pull to become one.
Anne Theriault promises her young son that no matter how he expresses his gender or sexuality, she’ll stand by him.
Connected sex is what I’m after and what drives my fulfilling feelings. I get closeness from sex. I get relaxation and bonding from sex.
If Walt Whitman had lived in a different time, he might’ve written Perry Brass’s celebration of the boy in all of us.