Why you may be all wrong because you think nobody can be all right.
Setting goals you can (maybe) keep.
No agenda, no deadline, no problem Now and then, my schedule will open up at random times. An hour here, a thirty-minute block there. Maybe I’m not pulled into a conference call, or I’m not on the road, on my way to a customer visit or to drop off a kid at school. This past…
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Marieme Helie Lucas, who is an Algerian sociologist and activist, discuss religious fundamentalism and women’s rights.
Last week I was on my own with my two toddler boys. My wife was visiting her family out of state, tending to her sister who had just had surgery. It was a first for my wife and I: her first trip alone away from all of her guys, and my first time to be…
Diana Palka, the Good Men Project’s new Associate Editor for Education, Humor & Gender, takes a stab at what it means to “join the conversation” regardless of your credentials.
These are comments by JJ and Joanna Schroeder on the post “Lead a Good Life, Everyone: Trey Malone’s Suicide Note”.
Dan Griffin, on why intimacy, love, and sex are much more powerful together than they are apart.
This comment was from Kat, in reply to 8bal, on the post “10 Things I’ve Learned from Having Queer Friends.”
An analysis of elements from Hannibal Tabu’s reviews column on Comic Book Resources.