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What's Good About Masculinity?
Watch 5 years in the life on one young transguy, as his voice and pictures tell the story of how he’s grown not just as a man, but as a person.
Melissa Potter almost always fell for the guys with long hair. And she finally figured out why.
Beth Pugh believes the heart of a man is the manliest muscle of all.
Robert W. Lore tells the reasons why he decided to defy convention and give up his last name when he got married.
Healthy emotional intelligence in relationships can be a difficult challenge for men. Here are some ways to help!
Will the real “real men” please stand up? Alex Bove would like to examine this unhealthy conception of gender.
Author Jay Cradeur poses questions he asks himself and which every man might ask himself to stay true to his masculine path.
Sebastián Molano used a surprising incident on a Washington D.C. street corner to examine how to examine, transform and embrace gender roles.
Holding in grief is not just emotionally dangerous for men, it also affects physical health and is definite detriment of society.
Men are more openly emotional, but our Warrior spirits are still alive in us, and our needs for personal missions are as important as they’ve always been.
At The Good Men Project, we are having a conversation about the changing roles of men in the 21st century. And the changes are coming fast and furious.
How can manliness exist in a culture where gender roles are more fluid and based on equity than in most any culture found in antiquity?
Can I be a man by how I react instead of how I act?
The Good Men Project goes mobile, ramps up its community and social change efforts—and celebrates our 50,000th post. Enjoy!
Researcher Joanne Golann tells the EduShyster (Jennifer Berkshire) that no-excuses charters are teaching low-income students to defer to authority and hold back their opinions—the opposite of what they’ll need to succeed in college and life.