Depression has a bottomless appetite for destruction, and it almost destroyed David Perez.
David Perez looks into the culture of silence and what it did to Penn State.
A big part of life, David Perez writes, is figuring out what and what not to share.
I read ‘The End of Men,’ re-read it, watched the debates, and now watch as it turns into a book. It provoked reflection on what makes me a man, and inevitably, I had to break it down to fundamentals.
A late night talk in Atlantic City showed David Perez that he was going to college for way more than a degree.
If you can’t fix stupid, America might be screwed.
Apathy and rage, David Perez writes, have a lot in common.
For David Perez, Hip-hop was a means of acquiring an identity, but it came with baggage that he still finds himself lugging around.
It is difficult enough to come to an understanding of what it means to be a man when we cannot even comprehend what it means to be a boy.
“The most vexing part of having to cobble together a life without that clear sense of direction is that this nagging feeling is still there.”