“This is a man’s work. And I don’t care how you get it done. Fatherhood.” We dare you to listen through to the last line of this spoken word poem and not get the chills.
Richard Scarry’s Best Word Book Ever has changed from its initial publication in 1963 to reflect changing gender roles. Here’s how.
We asked GMP insiders, “What is it about The Good Men Project that makes you say ‘Wow!’?”
Award winning slam poet Guante with a metaphor for our times. A brilliant spoken word performance of “Quicksand”.
This young man has the drive to succeed.
Why would a man hope for a daughter over a son? Steve Almond answers that question in this week’s installment of the GMP book excerpt series
Men’s roles are changing almost faster than we can keep up with the change. Here are twelve reasons the conversation about men is so incredibly important.
Conductor James Gaffigan breaks down the dance and movement of the man on stage with the baton.
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An unlikely duo can’t imagine life without the other.
How does a cat communicate with its deaf human partner? With sign language of course.
Between reason, passion, and experience, we’re all guessing our way through life, right?
How are men changing the landscape of their community and beyond?
Have people write about the issues on The Good Men Project and then to get those posts out to the 3 million people who visit our site every month.
Hanif Abdurraqib reflects on a summer of youth, boyhood, and growing up.
Matthew Hussey’s Christmas message to you.