“Colin Firth’s character and I have the same speech impediment: stuttering. I may not be a king, but this movie is my life.”
Faulty reporting can have long-lasting effects.
This in no way means you should get lippy the next time you fail a field sobriety test.
All around us there are voices that deserve to be heard. A call for submissions to Good Men Project’s latest on-going series.
It’s all for a book.
Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson sees a high correlation between companies that are ‘mocked and misunderstood’ and those that go on to become breakout successes.
One thing is clear: The discussion needs to continue.
Lisbeth Salander is a badass, Tom Matlack writes, and she turns the Hollywood hero ideal on its head.
We are looking for submissions that respond to the ways in which people and institutions presume that men are inherently guilty.
This is what Lisa Hickey thinks of the so-called gender battle: we’re all in it together.
Men and women should celebrate where we are, Hugo Schwyzer writes, but we still need to keep moving forward.
Tom Matlack doesn’t understand why we can’t talk about the good of men without continuing to step backwards.
With the passing of another International AIDS Day, Robert Levithan reflects on his experience.
Jasmin Nazarian interviews the founders of Plenty of Twenties and asks them “why?”
A story about the rape of an Afghan woman prompts Tom Matlack to ask more questions about the nature of goodness.