Jordan Gray says that you can save yourself years of frustration, heartache, and confusion by adopting this one relationship practice.
Let’s put ourselves out there. Let’s be vulnerable in each other’s presence. Let’s listen to each other.
Every single one of us has the opportunity to “come out” whether we are LGBT or not; here’s why…
Sarah Jones says that your nervousness around a woman you’re attracted to actually helps you out for these four reasons. —– If you’re talking to a beautiful woman, the last thing you want her to see is your nervousness, right? Anxiety feels vulnerable, and many men think that showing any anxiety at all makes them […]
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks that getting hurt helps us feel more free.
Real men are not simple creatures, but a wonderful, beautiful, amazing paradox.
What was it that gave me goosebumps and a smile from within watching strangers kiss, and then also again as strangers undressed each other?
Silly is for kids and comedians. Steven Lake explores the forces that make silly and manly mutually exclusive.
Steven Lake examines practical ways of being that help in managing conflict with your partner. Not always easy, but well worth it.
Even in our insecurities, we can find beauty within ourselves. An inspiring piece by Talisa.
It still amazes Randy Ellison how much strength and peace can come from letting go.
Dillan DiGiovanni reminds us that coming out is a lot more complicated than saying a few words about yourself.
“what is truly typical is in fact everyone, underlined everyone, is atypical, but everybody has it backwards.”
This comment by Mark on the post I Am a Man