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Why what we are doing here is so important.

True Crime Interrogates Toxic Masculinity, at Last

A genre with a unique lens on gender issues, True Crime, finally starts to examine the costs of gender norms.

The Angry White Men Situation in America

Hate and discrimination do not make any country great. America, let’s not repeat the same mistakes.

Healing the Man Inside

It costs to be a man, but no one talks about it.

There is a Price to Pay for Discrimination

Club ordered to pay $15K to trans man beaten and assaulted by bouncers for using men’s restroom.

Reckonings: Brock McIntosh

Reckonings episode #7 features Afghanistan war veteran and conscientious objector Brock McIntosh.

The Problem With Teaching Our Sons To “Never Hit A Girl”

Because abuse is never OK, regardless of gender.

Do No Harm – Even When it Seems Pretty Appealing

How can we offer care to help those who have committed abuse?

Your Teen Crossed The Law: It’s Time To Review Your Family’s Asset Protection Plan

What happens when your kid turns criminal? How do you protect the family while trying to save him or her?

Drug Cop Turned Drug War Critic

Reckonings episode #1 features Neill Franklin, a former Maryland State Police Major, who oversaw 17 drug task forces.

When Gangs are the Most Stable Option

Gangs offer a tempting ‘home’ to frustrated, unhappy young men.

Why Nonviolence is a Manly Trait

One man prepares for the culture of masculinity he wants for his son.

Hockey Fights – I Don’t Need ‘em

Watching hockey, and here I am thinking that fighting adds nothing to the game.

Reckonings: Glenn Loury, Pt. 2

Reckonings episode #5 Pt. 2 continues with Glenn Loury in a story laced with drugs, sex, politics, and religion.

Reckonings: Glenn Loury Pt. 1

Reckonings episode #5 dives into the conscience of prominent black intellectual and economist Glenn Loury.

A Word About Language

When we’re talking about violence, language can have a huge effect on whether a person hearing about a given situation feels safe or threatened by the description.