Lessons That All Men Can Learn From John Scott

A real man holds his head high when others are trying to tear him down.

Super Bowl, Schmuper Bowl: Life Is Not a Spectator Sport. Play More. Watch Less.

Terry Lancaster has some life-changing advice to offer, just in time for Super Bowl Sunday.

Consider This When Judging a Basketball Brawl

What’s so different about a fight in basketball?

For Whom the Bell Tolls: The Inglorious Story of My Concussion

Every now and then an injury is really a wake up call.

Call for Submissions – My Brother is My Hero Because …

Our “For The Love of Men” section wants to share your stories about what makes your brother special.

Lessons Learned: How Competition Can be a Good Thing

There are many bad ways to handle competition. But there is also a good, productive way.

Dabbin’ On the Field: Why Are People So Outraged by Cam Newton’s Antics?

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton seems to polarize football fans more than most current players. David Saunders examines why as he attempts to put his celebrations into perspective.

Work is not Boring When Robots Wrestle

Testing robots in the lab is boring. In Japan, robots are being tested in a wrestling match.

There Will Be Bullies: How My Son Internalizes What We Do at The Good Men Project

My ten-year-old son, no longer a little boy, is empowered, and practices what I preach

3 Steps On Teaching Your Kids How To Be Losers

Being a loser doesn’t mean you’re worthless, it means you are able to handle taking a loss and keep going. That’s what I’m trying to teach my kids. — In recent months my son has become obsessed with WWE and all things wrestling. For Christmas Santa brought him an Xbox One (a present I was […]

7 Reasons Why Blair Walsh is an Unsung Hero Every Man Could Emulate

Failure can be a chance to display character and set a good example for men of any age.

Representing Racist History: A Village Seal & Sports’ Mascots

Does this image offend you? Well for one community, it’s up for debate.

Welcome to the Hall of Fame: Junior Dominated a Man’s Game With the Joy of ‘The Kid’

Celebrating the career of Ken Griffey Jr. is a celebration of joy. It’s celebrating greatness at its purest form, untainted by the shady steroid era. It was watching a kid play a sport like a man but enjoy it like…a kid.

Basketball at Its Birth: It was a Game not a Business

Basketball started out as a culture all it’s own in the Jewish settlements of New York City.

No More Cowboys vs. Indians NFL

Since 1960 the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington NFL team have enjoyed a rivalry that Sports Illustrated has called “one of the greatest in sports.” Now, Native American “Not Your Mascot” activists are speaking back to the NFL and its outdated “Cowboys and Indians” show.