Research techniques currently used for extremely rare but dangerous diseases could be used to investigate mass shooting events.
Our society has never accepted rape. What is frightening is how we define rape and its impact on the victim.
Men are both stuck in “first half of life thinking” and also suffering from an inordinate burden of shame.
Sometimes a picture tells us everything we need to understand about a moment of cultural crisis. Read this mother’s reaction to what her daughter learned at school—something our children haven’t had to learn in generations past.
As the debate rages on about what gun laws we should amend or add, we’re asking this simple question: what’s so great about guns?
Other than law enforcement, who needs high capacity magazines and semi-automatic or automatic weapons?
What we say to each other during tragedy can have an impact–good or ill–for years.
As many men and women struggle to deal with what happened on Sunday morning, our collective responses—not reactions—deserve closer examination.
Highlights from the voices that have spoken out in the wake of the mass shooting. And an invitation to be part of the conversation.
If we identify Islamic terrorists by their religion, why not Christian terrorists?
Bernard Capp on the importance of sentimentality in the political sphere.
2015 at The Good Men Project was full of stories about masculinity in the 21st century. Here’s our thank you gift for being part of that conversation.
A look at why young men are almost always behind mass shootings.
Let’s set the fear aside and have an honest discussion about the facts.
America’s choice in next November’s federal election is very simple despite the complexities of the problems the country and next president face.
You need to speak up for the innocent lives lost. But you also need to be prepared for the debate that is sure to follow.