Matthew Rozsa discusses a type of ableism common among non-autistics.
Bryan Kelly discusses how, after years of struggling with Asperger’s Syndrome, he was finally able to find success. — Matt Rozsa, an editor at The Good Men Project, requested an essay on how I discovered my passion for computers. My early life was rather difficult. Neither of my parents had any business having children. We,…
Matthew Rozsa discusses a struggle unique to autistic individuals in PhD programs.
Matthew Rozsa discusses why people with Asperger’s Syndrome, and all so-called “misfits,” need to unite. — I’ve been writing about living with Asperger’s Syndrome for more than three years, and during that time I have received a curious response from many readers outside of the HFA (or high-functioning autism) community. Although many of them strongly identify…
Matthew Rozsa discusses a broader lesson he has learned from having autism.
“Be yourself” and “Just relax” are useless advice for awkward people. Instead, here’s some clear, simple guidelines.
With over a million U.S. children with autism approaching adulthood, Matthew Rozsa looks at impact of the coming wave.
Matthew Rozsa shares his experience and perspective to help “neurotypicals” understand high-functioning autism.
Can knowledge and understanding of Autism lead to more effective mental health support? Andrew Lawes believes so.
Anthony Goulet learned to see the world through his son’s eyes and what he saw was something he wished he could share with the world.
Q: What advice would you give to other fathers? A: A vasectomy is waaay cheaper than kids!
Suffering from panic attacks since college has been bad enough. Even more difficult is the thought that my kids will inherit them.
Fill in the blank: Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III became the first ever quarterback ______________ to start an NFL game.
Through her relationship with her brother, Rachel Peck looks to examine and even change the definition of “good men” in the world.
Mitt Romney stands accused of homophobic bullying in high school. Jeremy Adam Smith looks at the positive lessons can we draw from the story.
David Finch’s talks how to be a good husband, whether you realize at 30 you are on the spectrum or not.