We’re all aware of the space immediately around us, and when that space is violated — but can we quantify that universal human quality? One scientist thought so.
A man’s personal space is a reflection of himself, how he views the world, and how he sees himself in it.
Sharif Joynson discovered his clients were looking for more than physical self-defense training.
Great efforts have been made to make men aware of women’s boundaries and how they can be crossed. But can the tables be reversed between men and women in some instances? Jonathan Delavan shares his recent personal experience when it seemed the tables were turned on him.
We tell children that their bodies are their own, and that they can’t touch others without permission. So why aren’t we practicing what we preach?
Mike, the Sunshine Dad is the father to four toddlers. This makes him a frickin expert in all things toddler. He lately has observed some key advantages they hold. Here they are.
The environment I am a part of is draining me. I find that the amount of productivity I experience in a shared, community creation space is much more powerful than any times I try to work from home.
Jaime Zepeda knows there is something to be gained by spending time on your own that can’t be found with others.
My not-so-secret glee of violating urinal etiquette.
Yolo Akili explores how gay men’s sexism and male privilege shows up in relationship to women.
This is a comment by Thaddeus on the post “That Seat Is Not Taken: Why Black Men Love Southwest Airlines”.