Ken Solin believes dating and sex for the Baby Boomer generation can be a mutually hot experience, but he has some tips he wants to share.
Ken Solin wants boomer men who date younger women to consider whether they’re looking for a partner or an acolyte.
Ken Solin reports from Portland’s notorious World Domination Summit, and finds the future… hopeful.
Ken Solin believes there are few, if any, relationships where emotional honesty doesn’t play a role. And “no one wins when the truth gets beat up.”
Ken Solin discusses what it means to outgrow a friendship.
Ken Solin thinks all men should work out, physically and emotionally.
Equal custody and parental rights are important, Ken Solin writes, especially for the children.
Ken Solin recounts his experience fighting for the custody of his son, and wonders if justice in the family court system will ever be more fair to fathers.
Ken Solin wants men to stop pitying themselves and find a way to move forward.
Ken Solin proves that men are capable of great devotion, fidelity, and nurturing.
In the prequel to Ken Solin’s new book, 700 other men help him realize where he’s been, where he is, and where he wants to be.
Ken Solin believes that between rage and silence lies emotional health, and suggests that those men who have figured it out mentor those who have not.
Ken Solin believes that intimacy requires the courage to commit to a partner without fear.
Enough is enough, writes Ken Solin.
The mentoring relationship between Ken Solin and Armand Castro changed Ken’s life more than he ever could have imagined.
Ken Solin offers suggestions on openness and integrity.