At 13, Stephen G. Bloom wasn’t getting much action—until a family vacation to Miami Beach changed everything.
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Henry Belanger is either in post-quarter-life or early-mid-life crisis.
What’s Benoit Denizet-Lewis to do when his dad brings home a woman who resembles—but isn’t—his mom? You mean besides therapy?
Tom Forrister celebrates his dad—and wonders how, as a transgender man, he can put his fathering instinct to use.
“The only thing more attractive than a hot girl is a hot girl who has no idea she’s hot.”
When you’re an addict, “It’s not that you don’t care. It’s that you don’t care enough.”
Henry Belanger, a straight man, loves gay softball. This is his story.
When Tom Forrister transitioned from female to male, his same-sex marriage became a federally-recognized, “traditional” marriage. The one constant was the bond he shared with his wife.
Before Tom Forrister transitioned to male, no one asked him to fix a broken car or a jammed printer. Now he’s the go-to guy.
Tom Forrister was born a woman. Now that he’s a man, he has to learn a few things. Like shaving.
Mark McCormack spent six months researching teen boys in the U.K. What he found was a culture of acceptance that defied cultural expectations.
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As 2015 rolls forward, The Good Men Project looks back at some of the top posts published in 2014.