The perils of grammar, and its impact on the Declaration of Independence.
Kevin Williamson of the National Review wrote an article calling Laverne Cox a man. Here’s why he’s so very wrong.
Edie Weinstein still shakes her head in wonder at the epic meeting that took place in 2oo8 as she lived a 20 year journalistic dream.
We’ve now gotten comfortable throwing homophobes out of the corner office, but are we ready to accept openly gay corporate chieftains?
Teens at two high schools helped ProPublica tell the story of resegregation by documenting their experiences in photos. Their work has launched a conversation about race and education in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and beyond.
The New York Times’ decision to fire its executive editor is yet another in a long line of questionable moves regarding gender discrimination.
An etiquette advice columnist who offers guidance about ways to reveal family secrets comes out of his own dark and scary closet in which he lived for fifty years
Article after article frames the South as backwards and ignorant. You would have to go there to know the truth.
In honor of March Madness, which began this week, GMP Sports has combed its archives for the best articles about the tournament. Here, Liam Day, in a post from 2012, argues that the players you’ll be watching the next few weeks should get paid to entertain you.
The tragic and untimely death of Philip Seymour Hoffman made a lot of people think. Larry Bernstein thought about the children.
How are you defined as a man? For Eirik Rogers, being gay has defined him in a world of good men – but even more, it has defined him outside that world.
Kathryn DeHoyos worries the fight to end human trafficking may be damaged by the revelation made in a New York Times Op-Ed this week.
Dad 2.0 Summit is an annual conference about the changing perception and online voice of modern fatherhood. Carter Gaddis tells us all about it . . .
They’re both misunderstood and greatly underrated.
David Pittman begs parents to understand the many reasons their kids may not tell them about being abused.
Have you met Xena The X-Boyfriend Basher or Pious Polly? Allow April Brucker to introduce you to them, and 8 other ladies to avoid.
Real strangers, average looking people kiss and undress each other as a realistic and poetic counterpoint to viral ads made with actors.
It’s easy to point fingers and say there is nothing we can do. But there is always something we can do, for someone.
“There’s nothing special about me, I’m just in a special position.” —Rashad Jennings
Why hasn’t the racial makeup of the grand jury convened for Darrin Manning’s case been disclosed?
On the occasion of Batman’s 75th birthday, Thomas Fiffer explores the duality that defines superheroes.
Why do we need to be epic and amazing at everything? Why can’t we just enjoy and explore movement?
Just what sort of company does misery love, anyway?
It’s the simple things in life that matter most to our children such as speaking words of encouragement.
Detroit is in trouble. Bill Boyle points out the city’s biggest flaw, and tells us why neoliberalism is not the solution.
Tony the Tiger: Dude’s grrr-eat. What’s not to love?
This teddy bear just won the internet’s heart.
Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts watched in horror as a white guy, high as a kite, got away with crashing his car and hiding his drugs right in front of the cops.
What does it look like to the other person when you can’t put your phone down while having a conversation? This video nails it.