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Interview with the guys behind Daddy Cool, an anthology of dads writing YA stories and essays targeted at their kids
Filed Under: Families Tagged With: Aldous Huxley, anthology of dads writing, Artistically Declined Press, Ben Tanzer, books by dads, creative writing, Daddy Cool, Gertrude Stein, James Joyce, Margaret Atwood, Michael Chabon, Oscar Wilde, Ryan W. Bradley, Toni Morrison, writing for children, Young Adult
Filed Under: Men and Pornography, The Good Life Tagged With: abuse, adolescent boys, adult film stars, Andrea Dworkin, anti-pornography, babysitter porn, BDSM, Ben Keeler, Boys, bullying, clarisse thorn, consent, defining porn, emotional intelligence, entertainment, fair trade pornography, feminism, Fetish, Gail Dines, gang bang porn, GLBT, Grand Theft Auto, horror movies, Hugo Schwyzer, IMPACT training, Internet porn, Margaret Atwood, Men and Pornography, mentoring, misogyny, Model Mugging, Noah Brand, Pat Califia, Playboy, porn addiction, prostitution, rape, rape culture, rape fantasies, rape porn, respect, Robert Jensen, role playing games, romance novels, second wave feminism, self defense, sex education, sex work, sex workers, sex-positivity, sexting, sexual assault, slash fiction, smut, Suffering, survivors of sexual assault, table of contents, taboo, third wave feminism, Video Games, violence, women's sexuality
Freedom to be ourselves, to thrive, and to change the world. An introduction to the Freedom series on The Good Life.
Filed Under: Featured Content, Freedom, The Good Life Tagged With: Aldous Huxley, Americans, books, Brave New World, china, dystopia, editing, ethics, evil, feminism, fiction, Food, Freedom, good, Jack Donovan, justice, liberty, Margaret Atwood, masculinity, Masculism, Noah Brand, security, social media, The Good Life, The Good Men Project, The Handmaid's Tale, totalitarianism, United States, values, War, writing, Zoroastrianism