A look at key data shows that the world is much better off today than ever before in history.
Older. More suburban. Less fertile. More diverse. This year, Americans grappled with some major shifts in the demographic landscape.
If you haven’t spent enough time abroad, you may believe you’re living in the greatest nation on Earth. The proclaimed world’s greatest nation is a failure!
We are losing a lot of our young men.
A person in the US can expect to live an average of 78.8 years. But that number can change by decades depending on the community they come from.
We are the flower that blooms, leaves a fragrance in a room, and soon dies.
Short men get the short end of the stick when it comes to income and sexual partners, BUT they live longer lives than the men they look up to.
Men need to start demanding change by pushing politicians and doctors to take action.
The life expectancy of a child born in a wealthy country today could well be 100 years. By the end of the century, the populations of many of those countries could have median ages above 65.
Your challenge is not to avoid this stage (because it’s here to stay) but to navigate it consciously and ethically.
Healthcare is a human must. A sustainable high-quality health care system is the mark of a great society.
Toar Winter got a crash course on how the politics of his state affected him on a very personal level.
Jim Mitchem has 30 years to figure out: What will be his destiny?
Trigger warning for mentions of suicide, domestic abuse, and rape. I do. I care about every boy that was ever called a fag or a pussy or a sissy for being emotional, or sensitive, or unathletic, or just not manly enough. I care about the boys who are afraid they’ll lose their manhood if they admit they…
The tragedy of traditional masculinity is that it shortens men’s lives—and that it does so in the name of making them better husbands, fathers, brothers, and sons.
Elephants are cheaters, dog owners are fit, and President Obama picks his Final Four.