Spoiler alert: all of my picks were released in the 80s and half of them star Kevin Costner.
There are a lot of rumors. Alex Temblador breaks down what is real about Charlie and his HIV status.
John Glass looks for the important lessons behind Charlie Sheen’s disclosure that he is HIV-positive.
Dr. Andrew Smiler discusses why we think so little of male sexuality.—When it comes to dating and sex, American don’t think highly of young men. Perhaps it’s all those politicians tweeting di** pics, all the male celebrities cheating on their partners, the perpetual stories of male undergrads assaulting their female peers, or the frequent stories…
With so many people running around trying to win, life has become a race with no winner, no purpose and no end. Even when we’re supposed to be taking a day off, we’re still running that race, without even knowing it.
Andrew Smiler identifies 7 things we can do today to change ideas about male sexuality
What’s lost, if anything, when a prominent gay man becomes a symbol of hetero-masculinity
Janet Mock insists that if we’re going to call famous people out for their disparaging and abusive language, we need to call them all out, no matter what color or gender they are.
In the spirit of Oscar season, Paul Lanning offers his 15 favorite movies about the national pastime.
Child-star-turned-born-again-Christian Angus T. Jones trashes “Two and a Half Men,” the very show on which he stars. “I’m on Two and a Half Men, and I don’t want to be on it,” he says, after warning people to stop watching the show. “Please stop watching it,” he continues. “Please stop filling your head with filth.”
Even “regular guys” aren’t two-dimensional stereotypes, says Tom Matlack.
As wrong as it may seem, many people look up to Chris Brown. Jeff Perera believes it’s time Chris Brown takes some responsibility for his actions.
Showtime explains how the infusion of “jailhouse culture” into our society is desensitizing our youth to the horrors of the prison system.
Jamie Reidy shares his opinion on the latest commercial in a hilarious ad campaign.
This is a project not a destination, for us collectively and for each one of us personally.
Joanna Schroeder hates the show Two and a Half Men, and wonders if she’s the only one.