The post-Masters embraces of Tiger Woods – twenty-two years apart – were a poignant mirror-image moment.
A wild week of sports already includes Tiger Wood’s improbable Masters win, a comeback for the ages by the LA Clippers against Golden State, and an early season baseball where the standings seem upside down.
Muffet McGraw Holds Court on Gender Equality
Paying it forward to beat back pediatric cancer and save their children.
This week’s sports round-up features an NCAA Championship for UVA, a farewell to Dirk and D-Wade, and the sudden departure of Magic Johnson from the Lakers front-office
Big Rueb and Lil Rueb, the Birthday Party
Our first weekly sports round-up of 2019 features the beginning of the baseball season, a notoriously Giant-less Final Four in March Madness, and the NBA comes down the stretch to playoff time.
The more things stay the same, the less they change. As Michael Kasdan observes, the story remains the same for those that are pushing toxic masculinity as “the real masculinity.” But in advancing this lie they’ve got an agenda: maintaining their own power.
Two gloves and a baseball. Father to son. Son to father.
A compendium of The Good Men Project’s posts on sexual harassment and sexual abuse in the post-Weinstein world
The primetime brutality on display in the NFL in recent weeks Is uncomfortable to watch.
Mike Kasdan breaks down the playbook repeatedly employed by those who deny racism, sexism, climate change, and even the Holocaust.
Mike Kasdan talks about his journey from being closed and ashamed of depression to opening up and becoming an ally in helping other men do the same.
This is a big societal teaching moment.
In the name of our dead or damaged boys and men, these moms and their loved ones are fighting for boys and men of the future.
We need to fight as hard for love as the NRA fights for guns. Actually, harder.