The MOON magazine’s issue on why they need physicality, and how they emote, plus fiction, poetry and quotes, all about boys.
We are not that different or separate, but by negatively focusing on our differences, we will feel we are.
If you want to change, forgive yourself. Don’t be ashamed.
In all the ways decorating can feel feminine, men can feel inadequate
From significant to insignificant facets of life, John Brier goes back on his word, breaks promises and changes his mind, all in an effort to be more honest.
UCLA student says “Stop pretending that the wounds of our past have healed. We’re not asking for a handout, we’re asking for a level playing field.”
For John Brier, walking his dog turns into an exercise in mindfulness.
John Brier discovers why being referred to as Brother feels so good
John Brier believes that “social networking doesn’t necessarily make us feel worse, but it can. Understanding how it can can teach us to behave so it doesn’t”.
John Brier experiences platonic love through a hug, and happiness like he’s never felt, for the first time.
John Brier does everything he can to try to stop from hating himself for having protruding breasts.
Russel Brand’s biggest hypocrisy isn’t his sexism, it’s his spiritual infidelity.
John Brier writes about his first breakup—dealing with feelings of rejection, innocence and inner worth—and an exercise in vulnerability.