A new claim about what is wrong with men is vigorously refuted by the GMP founder.
Good Is Good
Fathers and sons share a special bond. Here a few ways that gets expressed.
On spending years dealing with depression every way other than dealing with it.
I have come to the conclusion that courage goes an awful long way in determining how lucky I am.
Dave’s a remarkable writer and an even more remarkable dad and man.
The way Madison Avenue markets to men, and the way most media depicts men, sells short even the most average and superficially stereotypical among us.
A guy I love for being so brutally honest and funny and good.
“I met Stephen Sheffield six years ago now when our wives and sons all started playing together. We’ve surfed together and played with our boys together for hours on end. And we’ve also collaborated professionally. Steve’s images were in the original GMP book. His suited man in the waves is the icon on our Facebook page.”
With quotes from friends and famous folks alike, Tom Matlack finds that defining goodness is not science, it’s art.
To help stoke the flames of marital bliss, I have pulled together a list of 10 shows that I think are good ones to watch with your wife.
Ever since it’s been kind of my sound track for life.
Looking at the work I was reminded that some parts of the soul aren’t rational, aren’t even aesthetic. They can only be touched through creative expression born through inspiration rather than debate.
Men aren’t needy. Men yearn for love of all kinds—romantic, sexual, fatherly, in work, in friendship.
Real men bawl their eyes out. Here are their stories.
“Penny the pup is back home with me and the family. She is doing great. Me? I’m picking up more shit.”
Tom Matlack gets serious about smash-mouthed football, Humanism, and the epidemic of men yearning for love and meaning.