Three years on, Justin Geange is a singer who’s learned the power of the spoken word.
Screaming hysterically and throwing things is a definite don’t.
The Good Men Project is launching Social Interest Groups. Male stereotypes now being served.
I am reminded that I often think certain things but don’t speak them out.
Building a foundation under the Tower of Babel.
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A lively and deep discussion by The Good Men Project community on the weekly call with the publisher.
The issue at hand is not so much who we support, but why we support them.
This post is sponsored by GoodNites® —While the scene was the famous BlogHer conference, in my mind, I imagined we were on a classic desert isle with a group of eclectic castaways. In the old TV show, they might have been the Professor, Ginger, Maryanne, the Millionaire and Gilligan. In our case, we were the professor, err pediatrician,…
We’re scared to have our opinions challenged, Jackie Summers writes, but we need to keep having the conversations.
Is a task simply a task, or does it require title and gender? These dads break it down according to need and like rather than traditional roles.
When we talk about our dads, what do we say? What do we hope our children would say about us?
What part of being a dad was expected of these fathers, and what didn’t they expect?
The Good Men Project goes mobile, ramps up its community and social change efforts—and celebrates our 50,000th post. Enjoy!
What scares these dads the most about the future when their children will be adults?
Do “mom tasks” and “dad tasks” still exist? And how are they defined in today’s household and partnership?