Joanna Schroeder has always been a Guy’s Girl, and that’s given her some important (and surprising!) insights about men.
How to not freak out about your girlfriend’s platonic male buds.
N.C. Harrison reflects on his lengthy, comfortable stay in the friend zone.
Mike O’Shea was a physically powerful and courageous man, but what made him a hero to his lifelong friend, Andrew Cotto, was his capacity for love.
How many things would you never have done, if it weren’t for your best friend?
How much are you limiting your relationships by framing intimacy in terms of sex? Dan Griffin talks about his own experiences.
A man asks Eli and Josie for help with his feelings toward a coworker… who is also a friend… and a friend of his ex. Oh my.
In your darkest hour, your guiding light won’t always be a romantic partner.
Is there a woman who is important to you, who isn’t your wife or girlfriend?
Men in positions of power need to overcome their fears, Hugo Schwyzer writes, and start making themselves available to members of the opposite sex.
Damon Young defines “platonic love” and insists that such a relationship cannot exist between a heterosexual man and woman.
One of our great myths about men is that lust invariably cancels out the empathy.