End of year tidings were given by two queens this year. One, the Queen of England, the other by the self proclaimed Queen of Ireland. What’s this have to do with The Good Men Project? Well, one of the queens is a good man.
Mike Berry shows how the words dads speak—and don’t speak—influence our children.
This graduation speaker left Al DeLuise in tears—of laughter.
This two-month-old baby melts her father’s heart…and ours.
After weeks of the concussion and hazing and abuse stories, a ballplayer’s speech reminds Michael Kasdan of the good in sports and – more importantly – the good in our boys who are rapidly becoming men.
Patrick Finnegan, with words to his friend.
Ken Goldstein reflects on courage and creativity.
Ben Martin found that his marriage works best when he and his wife forget what marriage is supposed to look like.
Are you speaking up for others, or are you shouting them down?
Watch this: Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers powerful speech about witnessing, facing and fighting against discrimination
“Human rights and dignity are great philosophical principles but the hard work of executing on these principles depends on our individual acts every day.”
“Knowing is not the same as engaging” Adam Moscoe speaks at the University of Ottawa.
“To those who can hear me know I say ‘Do Not Despair.'”
The famous writer and director said to students: “You are all going to die.”
How hateful is your section of the country? Twitter provides the answer.
There is a “crisis of masculinity in Britain” because of the pressures rapid economic and social change have placed on masculine identity says Diane Abbott, a senior British Politician. The rise of a “Viagra and Jack Daniels culture” is an indication of the pressure young men are under to live up to “pornified ideals.”