“Locker room talk” is from a time when laissez-faire cruelty and profiting from injustice were the highest of male virtues. We must be better than that.
A call to arms for all men! Enjoy the free, wonderful things of life with your family—today.
I found an old photograph recently. It’s a flimsy, bent Polaroid print of myself as a child.
Night blooming star jasmine takes him back to childhood’s summer days of enchantment.
During hard financial times Keola wonders if his children are losing their childhood.
In my quietest moments, my monster, my child, and my adult all feel that this might work.
John Trybulec’s father gets the last laugh about a 100-year-old trunk and its journey across the ocean.
Sean Croghan’s early confrontation with the things boys thought were cool.
Stephen Parrish had an imaginary childhood companion. One he never completely let go.
Even as a young boy, Sean Croghan had compassion for anyone, the scariest of monsters included.
JJ Vincent knows that when he runs into a pop-icon he truly admires, he will end up being totally un-cool. And he’s cool with that.
Adam Barr’s father comes through for him on grey cold day with a kite.
For Drew Diaz, trouble with alcohol began early.
The neighbor boy came into my room and asked if I knew anything about sex.
A three year old boy’s pink birthday wish makes a man consider the kind of father that he wants to be.
A young Andy Bodle gets his first lesson in survival of the fittest.