Eric Clapp refuses to place the scandal of the VMAs entirely on Miley Cyrus—wasn’t Robin Thicke’s performance just as scandalous?
We use competitive metaphors to talk about sex, like baseball, when we should be using corporative ones, like pizza.
The STD Project and The Good Life are sparking a conversation on male sexual health in the 21st century.
Andrew Smiler impores people to talk more openly and consistently about sex and sexuality with their young children.
Joanna Schroeder wonders how the state of Tennessee hopes to educate young people on how to protect themselves if it’s illegal to mention “gateway sexual activities”.
This comment was from Julie Gillis on Lessons From the Seduction Community, Part Three: Explicit and Tacit Sexual Communication
If not all police are bad, how come the good cops never snitch on the bad apples that are ruining the bunch?
Jesse Parent (yes, that’s actually his name) takes aim at his daughter’s future suitors in this passionately delivered poem. Could a father love his daughter more than this?
“To love radically and wholly, invested fully in something that is not the self, creates a greater thing than the ego could ever imagine,” writes science fiction fan N.C. Harrison.
Shawn Phillips had a choice: crash his Harley on purpose or fall to his death.
Avoid a Scam, or Worse, When Navigating the Dating Scene
A 12-step guide to surviving infidelity.
Rachel Miller-Bradshaw shares the importance of ensuring that a child feels loved and acknowledged by his new stepfather.
RudyDeuceTruth questions “before I was me” and journeys through DNA and our shared humanity.
The Republican failure to pass their own bill to address the border crisis shows GOP dysfunction at its worst.
Eric Thompson has a message for educators, and it might not be what you expect.
Sometimes that “clingy” guy is just a dude trying to find his way to normal.
Stop yourself before going out to buy things. See what you already have that you can use.
The only way to beat the taxing grind is to get out of it, at least for a while.
David Guba lost the idea of what real, vulnerable, human males are supposed to look like in a sea of airbrushed, waxed abs.
Andrew Smiler argues that men’s love is incredibly powerful and that American culture can’t deal.