Was it racist? Probably. Was it illegal? Likely. Was it unethical? Yes.
Don’t think of how your sexual performance will decline. Imagine how it can improve.
It’s a real fear—but often an unnecessary one.
It doesn’t take a private investigator to know that erectile dysfunction and other sex-related dysfunctions are easier to neglect than to confront.
We must push through emotional barriers as individuals and as a nation.
There should be a rule that states: No one, in the name of solidarity, should be allowed to be more outraged than the victim.
What I’ve always wanted to say during a job interview.
What I’ve always wanted to say when applying for a job.
Stay tuned next week for the next addition of Sports Detox, presented by Michael Kasdan and Wai Sallas. In the meantime, consider why sports are so important to men (especially) who have normal jobs. Although my hometown baseball team is currently at the bottom of the standings and will likely remain in the basement for…
As we close out LGBT Pride Month, it’s important to reflect on our progress as a nation on granting rights to those who identify as something other than heterosexual. It has been 50 years since the Stonewall uprising in New York kicked off the movement for equality. Frequent contributor Phil Bohlender recently documented his involvement…
If you’re fortunate enough to only see the good, good for you.
Human beings are not mere characters in a story and not every real-life tale has a Hollywood (happy) ending. In my last column I questioned why so many people—particularly in the United States—broadcast a positive image on social media and beyond. I did not speculate in the column as to why this is the case,…
A sincere frown is better than a phony smile.
Our youth need a lesson on the darker side of life.
On Memorial Day Weekend, it’s worth not only remembering fallen soldiers but also considering who gets left out of the holiday honors. I, for one, believe that teachers should be thanked for their service by passersby. Why not? Anyone who has ever served in a classroom (which I have) knows how difficult-yet-important it is. Even…
The real identity politics: part 7.