Lynn Beisner’s husband fearlessly carries her purse, helps her daughter shop for prom dresses and enjoys being the passenger in his wife’s car.
From one parent with ADHD to all the others… 14 hilarious signs that you are easily distracted.
Lynn Beisner wonders if commentator Chris Cuomo understands that fighting off your rapist when that person is your husband is not domestic violence but self-defense against marital rape.
Lynn Beisner explains why many women are flipping out over the misogynous UCSB Shooter.
Lynn Beisner looks at the ways in which Christianity’s obsession with “purity” may be harming men as well as women.
Lynn Beisner thinks it’d be easy to get men into “pink collar” jobs. What’s not easy is valuing all employees the same, and paying everyone a living wage.
I never could have known that loving my children would be more like stone cold ruthlessness.
The world is surprised by two Georgia cops who changed a baby’s diaper. Why? Lynn Beisner investigates.
Lynn Beisner thought her father-in-law was experiencing dementia… Then she realized that it was just a case of too much Right Wing extremism.
Lynn Beisner accepts Stephen King’s apology for using the word “bitchery” in regards to Dylan Farrow’s claims of abuse by Woody Allen.
Lynn Beisner, a huge Stephen King fan, asks the famous author to consider apologizing for calling Dylan Farrow’s description of her alleged abuse “bitchery”.
Are the men who “wear the pants in the family” really just wearing the emperor’s new clothes?
Lynn Beisner examines evidence of a pattern of behavior in unhappy marriages that is almost never discussed
Lynn Beisner has always felt that grief isolated her from the world. But when Lynn and Pete’s beloved dog died suddenly, she found herself able to cry beside her husband.
Lynn Beisner, herself a survivor of sexual assault, examines Richard Dawkins’ assertion that the so-called “light pedophilia” he experienced as a child didn’t harm him, and looks at the angry responses from some victim advocates.
Lynn Beisner knows her husband isn’t the perfect feminist, but he is the best man she could imagine loving.