Soul Pancake asked people ages 0-100 to answer some of life’s big questions. This one makes us smile!
For those of us fortunate (or unfortunate) enough to have had the “sex talk” with our parents, it seems to be an awkward experience for most people.
His car accident took Domonic to a place he may not have experienced otherwise. Here’s his happiness story.
—We brought in people ages 0-100 to answer some of life’s big questions. Well, technically, we couldn’t find anyone 100 years old – but we did find a gentleman who is 105 (in the photo, above). In this episode, we asked the question, “what makes you happy?”.What makes YOU happy? How do you bring joy…
What makes you feel loved? Tell us your story!
Shane explores the ups and downs of having a crush and being rejected.
—Filmmaker Corbyn Tyson explores what it means to be a good dad. This is a series that looks at what it means to be a father today. In this episode, Corbyn introduces us to one father who moved from “What will people think of me that I have a gay son? Where did we go…
The Fatherhood Project explores how we as dads can be better at expressing ourselves and being fully present.
A teacher gives his students a taste of what it was like to live in the segregated Jim Crow South.
Instead of talking ABOUT Arabs, we talked WITH them.
One man expresses his feelings for his son’s new stepfather.
Our identity as a man is very often deeply connected with our relationship with our dad.
“You’re not them. Be yourself because who you are is brilliant.”
From the days leading up to his son’s birth, to his first weeks as a dad, Robin shares the lessons he hopes to teach to his son and the fears he has of being a father.
Maybe there is more to life than isolating ourselves from people we think are different.
Why is masculinity so often paired with aggression?