The American habit of fear distorts human nature through the denial of love.
And what we should say instead.
But so many American men treat it like one.
— To understand the structure of American culture, you can look at old Hollywood movies. It’s like an archaeological dig with a music track supplied. Starting at the beginning of the twentieth century and moving through the decades, movies show us trends for men and women, from dress to body language. The stories reveal values…
The American nightmare that gave rise to a new dream.
If we believe family is an invaluable factor in our lives, we need to start questioning and reordering aspects that have slowly diminished that bond.
I propose to implement a gradual withdrawal from American politics and culture. There is more than enough for me to focus on in Europe and around the world.
Nationwide, barbershops are on the decline.
Cam Newton plays well in “position of power” and that’s “rubbing people the wrong way.”
ndrew Smiler reflects on the cultural changes that followed the announcement that Rock Hudson had AIDS.
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks that patriotism isn’t just red, white and blue or merely black and white, either. This Independence Day holiday has been unique for me. For the first time in a while, I’ve considered how perplexing patriotism can be. For the past few years I sat along the Charles River on the Cambridge…
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks more people should focus on being healthy vs being thin
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks the Disney Channel preteen lineup shows room for improvement. I have some issues with the pre-teen/teen Disney Channel shows. Truth be told, I haven’t spent more than ten minutes watching any single of them but, from those brief encounters, I’ve formed an opinion that they are undoing good parenting and I don’t think kids…
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks the “Feminist Father” wearing this shirt is evidence of progress and worthy of the attention he’s getting.
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks Jonah Hill isn’t homophobic but merely an imperfect human being.
Dillan ponders why some men help, why some don’t, and a new way to think about partnership.