Matthew Lippman’s poem provides a dark yet quirky look at contemporary manhood.
Alex Myers married his wife twice. Once as part of a same-sex couple and again as an opposite-sex couple. Here’s what this taught him about marriage.
In this convention-defying poem, Stephen Scott Whitaker reminds us that gender identity, sexual orientation, and clothing choice are not necessarily related.
If you are lucky (and you work your ass off) your marriage could last for a very long time. With that thought looming over your head, it’s good to have some guidelines as you attempt to live with the same person for years on end.
Angel Garcia’s speaker is “trying to be a good man” even as he finds himself faced with the oldest of temptations.
Stephane Wahl has found that truly being a good wife means that she’s not always such a ‘good wife’.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews W. Somerset Maugham’s novel.
When marriage becomes political. William Lucas Walker’s Spilled Milk column.
Like Philly’s neighborhoods, city agencies are siloed and don’t always talk to each other.
After you’ve recovered from your candy hangover, what’s next?
Aaron W. Voyles considers the concept of being an expert on the experiences of college men.
This year, I’m breaking the rules. I’m a man, dressed up as a man.
Thomas Fiffer lets loose on six centers of male shame that need to be dispensed with.
Dr. David J. Leonard gets real & personal on the masculinity balancing males face