On the death of a great artist.
To all the teachers in Philly who crossed my path from kindergarten to graduation, I have two words for you: Thank you!
When a female teacher gives a fifteen year old a lap dance, you’d expect the news story itself to be the most disturbing part. You would be wrong.
For once, there’s a happy ending to a story about ignorant parents attacking a transgender teacher: the school board of Lumberton, Texas has decided to stand by Laura Jane Klug, and returned her to her duties in the school system.
Teach for America corp member, Martin Byrne, discovers his true potential with the help of 40 Cleveland students.
When someone says those four words—I am a man—what does it mean? You’ll probably agree with Scott Heydt…more than once.
Nelson Mandela’s impact will be felt for generations. Claire Thurston shares how Mandela’s two fathers helped to influence the type of man that he would become.
The character of Walter White did what he did for the survival of his family. Ron Mattocks wonders what lengths he must go to.
Chris Bernholdt tries to teach his kids by example. It sounds like his son has been paying attention.
A professor’s funny song from the 1970s anticipates the problem of young men not doing their best in college.
As Ken Goldstein points out, “networking is so bizarrely misunderstood, it boggles my mind.” He explains how to make it work for the long-term. (Hint: if you have to use the words “Hope you are well” in an email, you are already behind.)
Whit Honea steps in as new editor of the Dads & Families section as Robert Duffer steps out and reflects on a year of growth.
The project pitch says “perfect for dignified dinner parties, or that special holiday homecoming” but Eva Gantz thinks otherwise.
Your mind is an amazing and powerful tool. Harness it properly and you can live a life of great adventure and accomplishment.
…So what’s stopping you?
This is why your father will always be your number one supporter and best friend.
Former pro football player Joe Ehrmann, now both a pastor and a coach, rips apart the three myths of masculinity and offers a new definition of what it means to be a man.
Chris Pratt gives the only 2 pieces of fitness advice you’ll ever need.
This isn’t a slam on religion; it’s a call for inclusive political debate.
Sometimes love means playing Barbies with your daughter, even if you’re a man, even if you’d rather chew rocks.
Death, a natural and unavoidable part of life, should be painless, peaceful, dignified and a celebration of the life that was.
A proposition leaves a young man feeling conflicted, regretful.
“If you find unpleasant memories bubbling up from your own school experience, recognize that it is an aspect of you that is looking for understanding and healing.”-Janet D. Thomas
Talking about mental illness makes people uncomfortable. But Anne Theriault is going to do it anyway.
Allan Mott quickly discovered that the average middle-of-the-night customer at a sex shop isn’t a creep, but just a normal lonely guy.
You’ve heard it before, but here’s how to use the power of words to make it more effective. Because the last thing you need is another monkey on your back.
Charles J. Orlando points out the flaws in a popular movie genre.
Emotions don’t respond to pain the way the body does. Understanding that can prevent a ton of heartache.
Seth Trent explains how the suburban fantasy is moving aside to allow for a different definition of success.