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Perry Glasser is raising his daughter alone. And one by one, the mysteries are dispelled.
There comes a moment when our very manhood is up for grabs.
With Father’s Day approaching, we asked some friends—from NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth to blogger Andrew Sullivan—to recall their dads’ best advice.
What moment made you the dad you are today? The answer to this question will define a generation of men.
Perry Glasser interviews the 2010 Pulitzer Prize winner about his experience getting his novel published.
Perry Glasser recalls the “Identity Wars” of the 1990s, when being a white male college professor put you at risk of be labeled an “oppressor.”
They’re not boys anymore, but they certainly aren’t men. Welcome to Guyland.