Julie Gillis, on lust, bodies, aging and kindness.
The Good Life
Joseph Pete takes down the aisle in exactly 100 words.
Most fathers wonder if their son will turn out like them. Mark Henick wonders if his son will be different.
Your story matters. Whether you think your life has been a total drag or you think no one will care. You have something to share with the world. We’d like it in writing, please. —There are certain people who seem to live a life that’s worth writing a memoir or a making a movie about. There…
Orin J Hahn discovered what women want and need from men, by appreciating the journey of raising his daughter.
After facing his own serious illness, Eirik Rogers sends up gratitude to the king of grace-at-the-end: Lou Gehrig.
Former Marine and present UN Field Security Officer, Dewaine Farria, shares his gripping insight into courage—told through the experience of his first time under fire.
Before the energy drink slash cocktail and butt-chugging, there was “The Watermelon Crawl” and “Mr. Boston’s.”
Danny Baker points out that teaching our kids about depression is as important as teaching them about sex and drunk driving.
Ryan W. Bradley squirms through a film about a man like he was, not long ago: undiagnosed, violent, and about to hit bottom.
So-called “color blindness” actually perpetuates racist attitudes, says Bill Johnson II. What will work to eradicate racism?
Mark Radcliffe tears up the myth of male independence.
As Dennis Danziger watches his students graduate, he wonders what will happen next.
What does Jay-Z offer Beyoncé that men can offer the women they hope to marry?
Dave Sanfacon remains a father and a husband through the agonizing nightmare and another attempt at kids.
That night I was not a jolly swagman camped by a Billabong. Whoever wrote the words to ‘Waltzing Matilda’ forgot to mention that the mosquitoes will, like an investment bank, suck you dry.