Edwin Lyngar puts out a call to arms to all feminist men, whether or not they look the part.
Christmas becomes less about the rituals when your life changes out from under you.
Edwin Lyngar thinks that certain “patriots” protest a little too much.
So-called Men’s Rights groups think of child support as a charge women impose on men. Edwin Lyngar’s experience didn’t resemble their ideas at all.
I believe my son has the ultimate say in the choice of his religion. At the same time, it would be silly to suggest that I let my six-year-old navigate the crowded marketplace of religion alone.
Edwin Lyngar considers his own white privilege in the wake of the Zimmerman verdict.
How Edwin Lyngar became disenchanted with the right-wing political climate in which he was raised.
Is our sports culture hurting men?
Edwin Lyngar considers the “flaky” upbringing his oldest child had, with him for a single father.
Why is it okay to be cruel to conservative men?