American Indian Graduation Rates & Stereotypical Images On & Off the Field

Chief Wahoo through the ages

Debbie Reese explains the way that derogatory depictions of American Indians harms the self-image of young American Indian children.

To The Woman Who Let Her Daughters Play With Me


A strange man talking to two little girls isn’t necessarily something to be afraid of.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Men: The Top 10 Issues of Men in 2014

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Men’s roles are changing almost faster than we can keep up with the change. Here are ten reasons that make the conversation about men so incredibly important.

A Gay, Aboriginal, Introverted Male (And Not At All What You’d Expect That Means)

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Dameyon Bonson has a few stereotypes he’d like to dispel.

Fraternities and Sororities Take a Stand Against Homophobia

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Think fraternities and sororities are hotbeds of hate? This group is working to change that perception.

Men Have Eating Disorders Too—And Often Can’t Talk About Them

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The widespread perception that only women suffer from eating disorders has ill-effects on men who also suffer from problems such as anorexia and bulimia.

Why I’m an Out, Bisexual Dad

Me with my partner of 16 years.

Gabriel Weiss decided that being the best father he could be meant being open about his life, including his bisexuality.

Shhh….Don’t Tell Anyone How Much Men Love This Stuff

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JJ Vincent reveals a secret about the “girlie stuff” men deny doing-we secretly love it.

Please Don’t Gender Police the Kids

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Marie Franklin’s daughter paints her grandson’s nails, and she doesn’t understand why people have a problem with this.

Power of My Palsy

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Andrew Morrison-Gurza talks about what it means to be a token of inspiration to a Person with a Disability .

You’re Called “Dirty” While Stopping for Coffee. What do you do?


Luc Perreault wrote an open letter to one mother in a red SUV but everyone needs to hear what he has to say.

Life Below The Mason-Dixon Line: A Call For Submissions


Life below the Mason-Dixon Line isn’t as simple as some people want you to believe.

So, What Do You Do?


Andy Smithson wonders what would happen if we got honest when we answer the question, “What do you do?

8 Myths About Transgender Men’s Bottom Surgeries

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Mitch Kellaway seeks to dispel the myths within the myths surrounding the surgeries that people ask (or make assumptions) about.

The Misadventures of Dating When Queer and Crippled

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Andrew Morrison-Gurza shares a few of the questions that he’s gotten on first dates in hopes of sparing others these awkward moments.

How to Rescue a Single Mom

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Katherine Logan longs for a day when dating a single mom is something normal, not special or heroic.