Men need kindlier inner lives.
This political season I want Americans to vote for job expansion, inclusivity, dignified employment—which means true diversity in the jobs of the future.
Sidekicks are walking beside us as dust rises from the roads.
A blind kid with a victrola falls in love with a great Italian tenor.
Skipping the tedium of the joke in favor of the punch line was, we decided, one definition of friendship.
Sidekick: A Column on Disability
In this time of unprecedented environmental, viral, and social disasters we all need sidekicks and let’s admit it.
Why are there no harbours of refuge for grown men?
My guide dog can’t save me from the projective cruelty of Fox News addicts who think masks are just a cheap gimmick in the culture wars.
I dare to say Bugs and Groucho helped me become a reasonably good and successful man.
As a disabled man, I know that I cannot secure other people’s approval so long as I insist on my rights.
Imagination is never helpless.
Domino’s has been sued by a blind man because the corporate giant’s website is inaccessible to screen reading software for the blind.
If people with disabilities have been exiled by history, then the lyric and ironic form of awareness is central to locating a more vital language.
This isn’t a disability story alone since cis-gendered heterosexual men invariably believe that women must and will complete them.
We need more unburdened men with curiosity.