The editors of and contributors to The Good Men Project are pleased to present this collection of works inspired by our opposition to the politics of fear and hate.
#ImWithHer but I’d be truly excited about a Hillary Clinton presidency if she would acknowledge the needs of our boys.
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A grandfather of four boys worries about their future in a girl-centered society.
Mark Sherman recalls two polite interactions with other guys that could have easily gone the other way.
Mark Sherman is part of a growing bipartisan effort toward the establishment of a White House Council on Boys and Men.
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Mark Sherman finds a second half Super Bowl commercial sexist against boys (and men)
Mark Sherman believes that if Chelsea Clinton has another baby, its gender could make a big difference for boys and men in America.
As a young man, Mark Sherman thought there was something wrong with him because he was obsessed by thoughts of young women – until he talked to his friends.
Dr. Steve Perry, founder and principal of Capital Preparatory Magnet School shares on what parents and teachers can do to support boys in school.
A super-short work of fiction by Mark Sherman that the Woodstock Times called “a great, psychodrama-short story (involving psychoanalysis, no less).”
Mark Sherman wonders if “acting like a man” should simply mean acting like a grown-up.
Mark Sherman says that our society is gradually recognizing the full humanity of all of us, even if it sometimes seems like it’s taking forever.
Between Mark Sherman and Lisa Levey, 10 of the people they love the most are boys and men. The issues of men and boys is critically important to them. They are starting a conversation to try to bridge the gap.