There are no Borders with Cancer: Nor Should There be with Research

February 4 is World Cancer Day – a day that will sadly have meaning for almost everyone.

We Should Talk about Paternal Bonding

Fathers need to be bond with their babies and that means becoming very physically involved at the earliest opportunity.

Innovation and Shaving According to History

Shaving has a much more interesting history than you may think.

What does it Mean For a Man To Suffer or Fake Sickness

Deliberately constructing the emphasis on an individual’s suffering.

I Know You Love Me — Now Let Me Die

Afraid of “giving up” and not “fighting hard enough” we can become oblivious to true acts of love.

The Early Modern ‘Sickie’

Have modern men become any lazier than our ancestors? Alun Withey thinks not.

Why Stories Matter: Kids, Storytelling, and Gender Norms

Children’s stories have a major influence on the way kids understand the world.

A Refreshing, Transgender Take on the Cinderella Story

Pop’n’Olly, a YouTube channel that provides LGBT educational videos for children, parents, and teachers, has just released a wonderful transgender Cinderella story.

Parenting Consultant: Everyone Learns Differently

Once we accept the fact that it’s okay for people to be different, we can reframe how we view education and learning.

Challenging Gender Stereotypes through Children’s Books

“Made by Raffi” is a children’s book about a boy who knits, and you’ve got to read it.

Wait, I am Not Finished Yet!

Sometimes, we aren’t allowed to say what we need to say.

Who is Shaping Notions of “Right” Parent Involvement?

By looking at why certain parent behaviors are appreciated more than others, it’s clear that there are culture, gender, and race biases at play.

It’s on Us: Beyond Bystander Intervention

When someone you know is accused of sexual assault, take a moment to reflect before you blame the victim.

This Heartfelt Video Of Gay Seniors Giving Advice Will Make Your Monday

A group of older gay men and women sat down to talk about their lives, their struggles, the things they’ve learned over the years, and the advice they’d like to offer gay youth of today.

Santa Claus Shot and Killed in Home Invasion

Let’s be honest. Santa risks his life every year by delivering presents to the war zone that is the homes of gun owning Americans.

6 Ways Fathers Can Empower Their Daughters

If we are going to break down gender-based stereotypes, our children need to witness both parents having equal roles.