How Edwin Lyngar became disenchanted with the right-wing political climate in which he was raised.
It’s unfair to feel sorry for ourselves just because we’ve reached a certain age. In middle age, divorce can ignite us with energy.
People who think differently about men and boys need space to learn how to speak with each other, says our International Men’s Movement editor, Glen Poole.
Thaddeus Howze insists that we are a nation in crisis—a moral crisis, a social crisis but most importantly a mental health crisis that we are completely in denial about. We are violent because we are trained to be.
Aaron Bady and Mike Konczal on how Ronald Reagan’s decisions continue to strangle the ideals of public university
Professor Janet Gornick addresses poverty, inequality and other painful consequences of American social policy
With his father’s passing, Geoff Kronik ponders how he felt like less of a son by half and somehow also more like a man.
David Olimpio wanted to be a spy when he grew up. Now he’s glad he left violent games in boyhood, and worries about the men who did not.
Elissa Schappell wants to help the GOP select a great convention playlist, since all their favorite musicians won’t have anything to do with them.
Mark Ellis looks back on elections of the past, taking note of the convention that changed him from a Democrat to a Republican.
Todd Akins and Paul Ryan’s 2011 bill has two GOP Congressmen cosponsoring legislation about what is or is not “legitimate rape”.
If I’m part of the mechanism that lights a spark for just one person to effect change, it’s worth it.
Ladies and Gentlemen; this is called, “Taking a Stand.”
Political Scientist Samantha Power tells the story of a complicated hero, Sergio Vieira de Mello.
An article in The Atlantic exposes the reality of male survivors who’ve been assaulted by females, including Don Draper, the main character in the show Mad Men.
For the past three months, 23-year-old Courtnay Midkiff has been on a journey, walking across the country for a cause that is special to his heart.
Chicago is shocking the world with its 2013 teen pregnancy prevention campaign, which features pregnant teenage boys.
How doctoral student Robert Reece blows off steam.
Where fantasy stops, untruths begin. Carl Pettit writes on the relationship between media and body image.
Spoon Jackson contemplates his life without parole
Can people be so tainted that even when they do a good deed, it somehow isn’t?
Matthew Clarke’s conversation with his daughter about her really wanting a cookie is reenacted with him and another full-grown adult.
From the Seavers, to the Simpsons, to the Starks, here is a collection of the greatest advice from our beloved fictional dads from TV.
This is a comment by CJ on the post “What to the Child of Domestic Violence is Father’s Day?”
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We are only given a few moments in life when something feels truly perfect. For Gint Aras, that perfect feeling came with a linen cap on a street in Lithuania.
It took a few years and a lot of broken hearts for Gint Aras to discover what it would take for him to be ready for real love.
Total Cereal and Men’s Health want to give America’s most well-rounded guy a trip for two to New York City.
Men, do you have a room of your own?
If the clothes don’t make the man, do they at least signal what kind of man wears them?
An examination of the ways that what you see in your mind’s eye influences your life.