Do you really want feedback, or do ask because you want someone to tell you that what you are pitching is wonderful?
John Pavlovitz shares some thoughts on a perplexing issue.
As a father, what can you do to help your sons or daughters love to learn?
Confusing feelings for opinions and facts can lead us down the argument spiral.
Joe Doe doesn’t want you to change your mind, you just have to open it.
Another person’s background may have led them to different conclusions than your own, but that doesn’t make their opinion less valid.
They were just three American men on a train until the unthinkable happened.
When you have a greater ability to take a human life you have a greater responsibility to prove your fitness to wield the tools that may create that end.
Patrick Sallee discusses the powerful influence of our hidden psychological biases.
A lot of men think that women wield power over them. They may be right.
In a Utopian world, no person — male or female —would be forced into parenthood. However, as much as this may seem unfair, we must bear responsibilities for our actions.
The 21st century won’t require traditional teachers or common classrooms.
Urban Outfitters needs to stop.
The ‘mantouching’ trend needs to stop.
John Faithful Hamer has a bone to pick with the latest incarnation of the Atheist Movement.
Don’t blame the Internet for increasing rates of HIV in urban areas. Blame a lack of adequate sex education.