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—If there is anyone I can never forget in life, then it’s certainly my dad. Talk about love, care, availability, dependability, discipline, and nurturing a child in the right path; I can boldly say that my dad did his best. He was someone who was willing to give up all he had just to make…
Spoiler alert: It sucks. This is a club you are not going to want to join too soon.
There is no difference between “you need to harness your sacred masculine energy” and “man up, bro.” None.
Lynn Beisner’s husband fearlessly carries her purse, helps her daughter shop for prom dresses and enjoys being the passenger in his wife’s car.
Terry Earthwind Nichols recalls his dad so distinctly he can smell him.
We need to develop a dialogue around over providing.
Fraternities build a bond among young men, but at what cost?
Hanna Brooks Olsen encourages women to finally step up and take some initiative in asking guys out. It’s not that hard, in fact, it’s fun.
One man discerns life lessons from his memories of a childhood friend.
Abigail Rine’s husband is the provider inside their home – of childcare, nutrition and more. The fact that she earns the paycheck does not detract from all that Michael provides for their family.
The story of how a father-in-law taught one man that opening up about his emotions is a manly act.
Eleven men, eleven bubble baths, and six questions about Feminism and Equality…GO!
The lines of a road can blur, and the exits are just suggestions.
What’s the best skill you learned from your dad?