We asked men from around the country, What are you addicted to? This is what they told us.
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Fourth grade isn’t exactly a walk in the park, but for Evan Jacobs, having a dad who knew a lot about space aliens was the ticket to social acceptance. It’s been mostly downhill from there.
What does it mean to be memorialized as a good—not great, not awful—man? And can we let go of loved ones when they’re still online?
Aaron Traister shares his awkward attempts to stave off mid-life.
Delaney talks sobriety, why he’s a feminist, honesty, and the finer points of his social network of choice.
Why do we fail so spectacularly at treating addiction? Maybe because we’ve never been able to agree on what it is.
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.
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.