xoJane’s Mandy Stadtmiller has got me thinking about who we show respect to and why.
When Victoria Namkung signed up for the donor registry, she never really thought she’d be the person to save a man’s life. But she did.
Lesley Kinzel wants to talk about the sex between Peter Quinn and the fat girl on Homeland, and why it makes people uncomfortable.
Why isn’t the rest of the world tired of this guy who should go to therapy instead of crouching on rooftops and brooding in shadows?
Billy Procida comes clean about his battles with an eating disorder, and shares how difficult it was to seek help as a man dealing with anorexia.
The United States, where church and state are supposedly separate, is codifying discrimination on the part of Christian-owned and run entities, and thus far, we haven’t seen any high-profile denials of requests for religious exemptions.
“Maybe it’s a stage. And maybe it’s not. But either way, I don’t want him to ever feel like he wasn’t able to express himself because his parents didn’t support him.”
“He held my face to his and told me: ‘I have a history of heroin use, but I’m clean, and I’ve been tested. Are you sure you want to do this?'”
People seem to automatically assume that being alone is the same thing as being lonely. For Allan Mott, this simply isn’t true.
Tara Ellison says that having a child in the divorce equation makes the obligation to keep things amicable stronger.
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.
Don’t panic and call a repair person – fix these common problems quickly and easily yourself!
A show that reminds us how far we have come as a society in embracing our inner nerd.
Steven Lake examines the pressures of a multi-tasking world and how we can fight back to save our relationships.
The tombstone reads 1967 — 2014. But will anyone really cry at the funeral?
Clint Greagen explains how Jim Carrey helped him start the sex ed conversation with his 8-year old son.
Can we feel better about ourselves if we take time to cheer up someone else’s day?
Bryan Reeves finds something deeply compelling about being with a woman who can take care of herself, and who enjoys allowing him to take care of her anyway.
B.K. Mullen offers a parent’s perspective on a Florida mother’s recent campaign to have “Breaking Bad” figures removed from a national toy store chain.
Maybe she has an ulterior motive, but maybe she knows you well enough to see what you can’t see.
A Nation of Sayrevilles indeed. Michael Kasdan digests the latest high school locker room hazing and abuse incident, this one in Doylestown, PA.
Taking his cue from the Gold Rush song “Oh My Darling,” Srgjan Ivanovik explores the political populism of Ebola.
The attack on the Canadian Parliament, the symbol of democracy and the heart of our nation, was a shock to the Canadian psyche, explains Tim O’Connor.
Joanna Schroeder wants to talk to you guys about “lady stuff” and why it’s funny (and sometimes not) when guys do it.
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
Using Membership Rewards® from American Express, my family can experience a whole lot of things that might have otherwise been out of reach.
After 1000 punches, 1000 kicks, 500 knees and 500 elbows—every day— Thai Nguyen has an insight or two he’d like to share about fighting.
Jordan Gray was back and forth on whether or not he wanted to have children, so he interviewed 50 fathers to hear what they had to say.
A 12-step guide to surviving infidelity.