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.
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.
Starring resident bluesman Todd Mauldin and his son.