An outspoken journalist learned a new term today.
The mother of Iranian feminism, Sediqeh Dowlatabadi, was born as far back as 1882 and is an important woman figure to reflect in the modern era of feminism.
Steven Cordova pokes at American exceptionalism and willful ignorance.
From “My Generation” to “Endless Wire”, The Who have been making boundary pushing rock for more than 50 years.
India and Pakistan must remember the bravehearts who displayed a sense of humanity during Partition.
George Will is the latest Republican to exit Donald Trump—and the Republican Party. Will the Republican Party exit Trump en mass in July at their convention?
In Kerala, southern India there exists an ancient martial art which is believed to be the origin of Kung Fu and Jiu Jitsu.
Death, a natural and unavoidable part of life, should be painless, peaceful, dignified and a celebration of the life that was.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reviews Poems that Make Grown Men Cry, a new anthology of poetry that will move even the toughest of guys.
Bernard Jordan, an 89-year-old-veteran, escaped from his nursing home to commemorate D-Day in Normandy.
There is a “crisis of masculinity in Britain” because of the pressures rapid economic and social change have placed on masculine identity says Diane Abbott, a senior British Politician. The rise of a “Viagra and Jack Daniels culture” is an indication of the pressure young men are under to live up to “pornified ideals.”
I’ve finally realized I’m no longer ‘one of the lads’ but a ‘binge drinking father figure.’
Only by traveling abroad does Kyle Carpenter appreciate what it means to be an American.
You can’t just dump your kids off and start drinking. What do you think this is, the Chuck E. Cheese?
JP Pelosi investigates how handshakes and martinis impact international soccer.
Note: I received this guestpost out of the blue. Apparently, this wedding was kind of a big deal over there in the UK. Note2: Helen supports Buy British including Jack Russell Clothing, Barbour and Mulberry. I am proud to be British. I like (and appreciate) other people’s weddings more now I am married myself. A wedding…