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Have you noticed that every story on The Good Men Project has a place for comments? We want to hear what you have to say.
We talk about a lot of issues here. We publish a lot of topics. Some of them are heavy discussions about the impacts of racism or violence, the stories of survivors of sexual or domestic violence, the exploitation of people and materials, the unequal treatment of people by the justice system, the effects of the end of relationships or the imposition of dangerous social standards. Some of them are lighter: dating ideas, what to do on a Saturday night, what’s happening in entertainment, reviews of books and games, things people learn from raising kids and watching people go by. Some are, by most standards, fluff: comics, videos, graphics, all with a message, but maybe with a laugh included.
What do they all have in common?
Someone has something to say about them. But they don’t.
We want active comment boards.
You like to talk? We want to hear it, and so do our readers.
Now, we’re not going to publish or let stand all comments. We understand respectful disagreement and discussion. We encourage people to ask questions, debate, and educate one another. We want people to share their insights and exchange information. But insults, name-calling, racist/sexist/homophobic/derogatory language are off the table, as are personal attacks. And if you don’t see your comments, you can email an Executive Editor and ask what’s up, because our spam filters can be very aggressive.
But we like seeing what you have to say, and we’re had conversations turn into articles and commentors become valued comtributors.
Join the conversation. Comments welcome.
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