If you’re unsure of what kind of man to be, be one of these. Or not. Jeremy McKeen chooses…wisely.—We all face a hundred decisions a day from what to feed the kids to whether or not we should have that third beer.The question of the essential self and how we want to portray ourselves can…
Sean Swaby has a confession to make, he is a Quiet Leader.
I don’t run. And if you ever see me run, you should start running too. Because something is probably chasing me.
A renowned anthropologist, ethnobotonist, and adventurer rediscovers cultures and languages that could save our species.
Josh Misner thinks back to the male role models he admired as a child and wonders whether his own son will ever look up to him in the same way.
Thanks to Dan Gallagher’s sense of humor and ingenuity, his first-born daughter, Lily, has shared the screen with some of Hollywood’s biggest names—all before she’s out of diapers.
Samuel Sattin introduces a new generation to the latest in violent video games, and realizes that much has changed since the days of Zelda and Duck Hunt.
The modern man is beset on all sides by challenges logistical and psychological. Here’s a possible solution.
Before realizing the truth about himself, Tom Keiser had little idea what being gay meant, other than as an ineffective synonym for “happy.”
Simon Taylor explores the idea of what it means to be a man in his new podcast, Manthropology.
…but the 80’s didn’t love me. I was born smack in the middle of the 1960’s and graduated high school in 1984. If you’re trying to do the math, that makes me kinda old-ish. Usually I act younger than my actual age, though recently I must admit that I’ve been acting like a crotchety old man. …
Josh Tyson doesn’t need a bullwhip and a fedora to get his sons to look up to him. But he suspects he will when they’re older.