Douglas Rushkoff is a good guy that wants to help you deal with Now.
Three generations of men populate Todd Davis’s poem about sons and grandfathers, a reflective piece on the circularity of past, present, and future.
Jeet Banerjee has failed at three start-up businesses. On his fourth try, he figured out the secret to success.
The machine of capitalism is hungry. Are you willing to stop feeding it, at least for a little bit? Doug Zeigler ponders valuing things over presence.
If we could really count the cost of parenting before we became parents, would we still make that decision? Brian Reinholz would.
“As we lay on his mattress, the cool summer air from his window slipping across our naked skin, he told me about the first girl he’d ever loved.” By Karissa Chen
Aging is powerful: Your mind begins synthesizing information in startling and deeply satisfying ways.
John Verling is a man of action, not emotion, and he would like others to understand that which he needs most.
These are comments by bobbt, Patty, and Michael Cusden on the post “What Dads Really Want For Father’s Day”.
Considered the voice of Chicago, B.O.L.D member Richard Taylor fights against the death spoken over his hometown.
We all know anger isn’t conducive to healing from abuse. But how do we stop being angry?
As the world warms, lawmakers need to enact meaningful water conservation policies.
Men are speaking up about paternity leave, but for all the protections provided by the Family and Medical Leave Act, it only provides for unpaid leave, which is simply not enough for most families.
Michael Amity notes that even one of our greatest thinkers blundered.
Watch those two guys jump off the worlds tallest building, Tower Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
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Parents mean well when they call professors to offer excuses, but they end up revealing more than they intend.
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Ben Stich knows you love your kids more than you hate your ex. Here’s how you can show it.
“I was almost killed by men with shotguns, on a raft, down a river.” Sounds like the start of a blues song to us.
Pete Louison tells passes along sage advice to his twenty-something year old kids who are about to enter the workforce.
This comment of the day is by ogwriter on the post Skinny Dudes and Big Boys: Stigmatizing Men’s Bodies