Can sports fans be nerdy—in that good nerdy way? Matt Rozsa thinks so.
From “fake geek girls” to Gamergate, a certain demographic seems constantly, causelessly angry. But are you sure it’s the demographic you think it is?
Times have changed. Society has progressed. Instead of drooling over the T-Birds or the Pink Ladies from “Grease,” we’re mesmerized by Jessica Day, aka “New Girl.”
How a Jeopardy champ went from being a despised, overly-aggressive nerd, to a White Knight in the #YesAllWomen conversation – Lauren Conaway’s apology to Arthur Chu and good men everywhere.
Nicolas Gremion asserts that if we could make the culinary arts cool for men, then we can make reading cool, too.
Mark St. Amant talks to Ben Mezrich about fame, manhood, kids, STRAIGHT FLUSH, and waking up under a pile of hookers in a Dubai hotel (or not).
Brendan says that when he was asked about Star Trek trivia about the new movie, that he had been preparing for that moment his whole life.
Even when the world is dark, and people are picking on you for wearing glasses, Mom and Dad are here and we’d take a bullet to spare you pain.
Sam Sattin grew up among the snorting ranks. The latex-allergied and the comically stuttered. And now he wonders whatever happened to all the REAL nerds?
Doctor NerdLove explores the reasons why so many guys get confused about what it means to be in love.
If you think your only two choices are to be a nerd or a jock, writes Noah Brand, you are doomed from the start.
There is always someone out there for you. Sometimes you have to reach out instead of waiting to be reached.
If you have interest in how men are changing in the 21st century, and want the benefits of writing for a large, engaged and growing platform, consider joining The Good Men Project team.
Can we illustrate lessons on living a better life through America’s favorite villain? Alexander DeLuca thinks so.
Last month we started the ‘Why We Run’ series. We’ve had some extraordinary submissions. And we are looking for more.
Sometimes the greatest things come from the places we least expect.
Fashion blogger Tillie Adelson of MyStilettoLife learns firsthand about the dishonest side of reality TV auditions.
James Halcomb remembers the acting legend.
Your dog may love you unconditionally, but grown human adults aren’t our pets.
Why it’s good when the city shuts down.
Likely to be Boorman’s last film, the sequel to Hope and Glory shows us love and war through the prism of a non-conforming, love-struck Bill Rohan.
Erskine College is the latest to use God’s Word to promote hatred. Wai Sallas wonders, when will love conquer hate
Seamus Curtain-Magee knows that the right kind of parental love often goes unnoticed.
The Good Men Project’s series How to Survive in the 21st Century, delivers survival-mode insight on accepting life-changing circumstances, and gives you the road map to your new normal.
Video and witness statements related to shooting death of Brandon Tate-Brown shown to civilians, ambiguity lingers. — Apparently, not much is visible in the three videos that captured Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown’s last moments alive. What[Read More…]
Carrie Cariello, whose boy Jack has autism, has answers … to the questions every parent with a child like hers asks.
There is no one kind of man. There is no one kind of trans-man. And every story matters.
“I find it paradoxical that we live in a society where love of difference makes one the same, while love of sameness makes one different.”
Veteran Airman Nicholas Miele skillfully juxtaposes a personal rite of passage with a personal loss.
Watch 5 years in the life on one young transguy, as his voice and pictures tell the story of how he’s grown not just as a man, but as a person.
My son got a sports locker. And his room and I thank him for it.