How do you respond when your partner’s parents ask what you do for a living?
Author, professor, and parent Joy Ladin speaks on her transition from male to female and how it has made her think about what it really means to be “a woman.”
Walter Beck is a poet who is not here to conform to anyone’s notions of a man. Gratitude is a convention he can live with however, and he expresses his here, in a chant that only Walter can do.
Poetry editor Charlie Bondhus reflects on what it means to be gay, a poet, and an editor, and what all this means in terms of the Good Men Project’s mission.
When someone says those four words—I am a man—what does it mean? You’ll probably agree with Scott Heydt…more than once.
In an engaging interview with Win Bassett, multiple award-winning poet Joshua Robbins talks poetry, parenthood, and how a good man is hard to define.
A geese family, two youngsters, and a flute help revive Spoon Jackson’s inspiration.
Seamus Heaney (1939-2013): ‘If You Have the Words, There’s Always a Chance That You’ll Find the Way.’
A tribute to Seamus Heaney—whose words helped Jesse Kornbluth finish his novel and countless others learn to love and live.
Spoon Jackson gives a glimpse into daily prison life and asks, “How can we heal without the arts?”
Experts started work on opening the tomb of Chilean Nobel prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, to uncover his remains and determine if he died of cancer or was poisoned.
“Ten years ago, I turned my head for a moment and it became my life.”
Brotherhood means answering when your friend has the courage to ask. A excerpt from Pedro Serrano’s book, Pride—Diary of a Gay Skinhead, in the Men and Suicide series.