Why Donald Trump Supporters Think Blacks Are Lazy

The mis-perception of Blacks held by Mr. Trump’s supporters and others is the result of an indoctrination of the public by the American media.

We Need to Talk About Men

A man deflects praise and shines the light on others. A man understands that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.

Hey Femme Guys, Stay Your Manly Selves

When we talk about “femme guys” it’s usually an insult. Here is why this is so harmful, and why femininity in men is so desirable.

We’re Changing the Future of Our World….Be a Part of Our History.

Ever wonder how The Good Men Project got started, and how to join our community of #changemakers?

Men: The Ongoing Ethnic, Cultural and General Stereotypes That Plague Us

It is embarrassing and acutely dangerous to possess a alarmingly limited mindset.

Where The Rubber Meets the Road-Men’s Changing Focus on Cars

Giles Kirkland believes there is no longer a need to be a speed-hungry boy-racer.

We Eat Stereotypes For Lunch Around Here

Join The Good Men Project community. It’s the conversation no one else is having. Even after all these years.

Why Do Special Needs People Lack Opportunities for Employment?

Special needs people have much to offer the business community, but these 6 reasons often prevent it from happening.

31 Reasons to Join The Good Men Project Premium Member Community

Why what we are doing here is so important.

Loosing Your Virginity and All the Crap About It

People lose their sexual virginity and there is nothing spectacular about that, but we can still find a lot of stereotypical crap about something that is perfectly normal.

The Words Don’t Always Define the Man

Are you too quick to make assumptions?

Destigmatizing Eating Disorders in Men and Boys

Why men aren’t the focus of our conversation about eating disorders, but should be.

Changing a Label: Schizophrenia

For Steve Colori, the labels that accompany his schizoaffective disorder don’t just bring struggle and pain. They make him a new man.

What Your Wife’s Decision About Her Last Name Really Means

What’s the difference between a woman who keeps her maiden name and one who takes her husbands?

Capes and Tiaras: What You’re Really Teaching Your Children with Gendered Toys & Stories

The princess/superhero culture does more harm to your kids than you think.

Inside the Wall of Stereotypes: Listening to the Voice of the Disabled

How can the collective voice of the disabled break down society’s wall of stereotypes? Erin Kelly offers a few thoughts.