One man’s experiences with cerebral palsy as a boy are inspiring him to change the world as he sees it–for himself and the global disabled community.
What if we busied ourselves with the questions no one can answer?
What do you do if the man you are about to date has a Facebook page that is one gigantic red flag? If you are Juliette Adams, you develop a ridiculous crush and learn a thing or two.
What was your life like when you were young?
Boys, Men, All: You don’t need to have it all figured out right now.
Army veteran and GMP favorite Dwight Gray shares a winning poem on war, socialization, and one boy’s path to soldierhood.
Yes, my boys can be rowdy and naughty; but they can also be quiet and gentle. The thing is, society never sees that.
We need to stop stereotyping our children.
Sexual development isn’t always black and white.
Our past, present and future is all connected.
The choice isn’t always between the Bully and the Boy.
I was lazy, I was stupid, but most of all, I was scared.
This comment was by Liz on the post To the Other Dad on the Playground the Day My Son Wore a Pink Dress by Gavin Lodge
My long awaited dream of becoming a father was crushed at my wife’s first ultrasound.
There is a multitude of roles that we must take on from day to day and each one has a specific language attached.
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