How to be a gentleman in the 21st century, minus any creepy, unintended sexism.
Eduardo García believes that modern men can be gentlemen, and that modern women can raise their sons that way.
Ben Martin thinks about the awkwardness of correcting other people’s kids – and his hesitancy to accept other parents correcting his own.
In our customer service-centric society, it’s easy to forget that we all need to be good customers. Nicole Estrella offers a few words of wisdom for being our best selves.
Josh Bowman shares some tips on how to use public bathrooms, since apparently most people are disgusting pee monsters.
Who do you think takes that mattress downstairs? Magical fairies? No!! Some poor cleaning lady who already has enough to do without having to haul your garbage down an elevator and into a dumpster.
Zek Evets tries to figure out why a man’s passionate speech seems to always be interpreted as yelling.
Nothing is permanent, no matter how much prestige is associated with it. As long as we’re alive, there will always be the struggle of “What’s next?” or “Why me?”
N.C. Harrison examines Nancy Grace’s sensationalistic coverage of a recent tragedy.
Barry Adkins’ son died of alcohol poisoning the day he moved out on his own. And Barry wants help others so that something good will come out of that.
Despite all the rhetoric about American weakness when it comes to Crimea, Russia has been paying a steep price for its behavior.
“The only regret I will have in dying is if it is not for love.” — Gabriel Garcia Marquez. (1927-2014)
“Power is as power does.” Patrick A. Howell races against his son on a warm winter day where monarchs reign and kings rule.
How the NYPD handles gunshot victims with outstanding warrants while they recover in the hospital.
Shavon Brown-Robinson thought she had figured out the perfect balance in her life until Autism gave her a new perspective.
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Kermet Apio on birthday parties, the dreaded bouncy house, and gift bags filled with toys that implode like a Mission Impossible cassette.
Cort Ruddy just wanted to buy some paper plates, but instead had his first experience with being profiled as a stereotypical “dad”
“All your strength. All your power. Everything you’ve got. Right now.” -Duke, Rocky IV
Age is just a number, but numbers are also an important part of math and you can’t do the math if the numbers don’t add up.
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