Only 77% of boys will currently graduate from high school. For Black males, this number is a dismal 47%. How are we failing our boys?
Her son’s comments opened up a conversation that we all need to have.
Instead of imposing society’s toxic expectations of masculinity, Paget Norton works on developing in her son these more useful qualities.
How did leaving a note in a 7-year-old’s lunchbox become so tricky?
Can someone “accidentally” make a person feel crazy?
The definitive answer: it depends.
Do you want to regret having gotten involved with a woman?
— In a recent conversation, a male friend was describing a group of his female friends discussing their ideal male partners, detailing how the define a “successful” man. This particular group of women are all financially successful and live in luxurious homes. Their measure of success? A man who made more money than they did.…
You went in for the kiss, and it didn’t work out. What now?
There are healthy ways for boys and men to release anger so that anger is not a gateway for more violent behavior.
How can parents model consent by setting boundaries around their own bodies?
What would you teach future generations around how to get an authentic yes or honor an authentic no?
What happens when partners have different attachment styles? Paget Norton applies the research to her own relationship.
Moving beyond the Man Box to authentic gender expression.
What conversations are buried so deeply we don’t know they exist?
During this time of young child and work, small actions can create huge connections.