Nate McIntyre thinks Dads can do a better job modeling for their kids positive ways to express emotions.
Building a society without stereotypical gender confines must start from the ground up.
This world needs men who will be strong leaders and gentle fathers and lovers. We need men who will stand up for what they believe in and be inspiringly confident while remaining humble too.
Males tend to avoid sharing their emotions because their brain processes information differently, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have them.
There’s something wrong in thinking that the world doesn’t favor us at the expense of others.
In a society that places so much expectation on the man in terms of achievements, the pressure can be damning.
Men’s roles are changing almost faster than we can keep up with the change. Here are ten reasons that make the conversation about men so incredibly important.
Life laced with struggle can still be very happy and fulfilling.
Methinks it’s time for a Bathroom Renaissance.
The games don’t change…players grow up and they coach.
Dad Joe Medler fears that school will fail his son like it did him.
Teenagers are kids, too, albeit taller and smellier—but the costumes are usually great.
Teaching your son to love the kitchen has more benefits than learning to boil water. It can help him be a better man.
It doesn’t take massive events to make lasting memories.
In kinky boots or not, our masculinity is not dependent upon meeting our fathers’ expectations.
If the church will only listen to men, maybe our young men can open their ears and hearts.