Own your emotions, don’t hide from them.
Why short men who complain about “double standards” are missing the point.
Kylie Lenton writes on how she REALLY feels about men…
Acting like and being treated “like a man” is almost always culturally prescriptive. Writer Abby Byrd confronts the boy she would have been — If I had been a boy, my parents would have named me “Jeremy.” Trying to imagine myself as the opposite gender is uncomfortable. It’s a mental chasing of my own tail; I…
In the wake of the suicide of Izzie Laxamana, Tracy S. Bennett, Ph.D shares what we need to remember about fear, discipline, and cyber bullying.
A chance comment in the toy store got Ty Phillips thinking about how our culture shames women and how he wants his daughters to grow up.
When a boy at school called this little girl ugly, she responded with the most amazing comeback.
Strength, courage, and life success really aren’t about body parts or hormones, so let’s stop using slang terms for them to shame anyone of any gender.
Comparing yourself to others rarely makes you feel good. So why do we do it?
Is our focus really on gender equality? Or tipping the balance in the direction we desire?
Arden Leigh thinks we all need to release some of the shame we put on ourselves and on others.
Put an end to shaming by doing one beautifully simple thing.
Mark Greene talks about the ways in which shame kills men’s courage for living and loving.
Take a few minutes to see how the culture of shame impacts your life.
This is not a rhetorical question.
Despite popular spirituality and political correctness trends which condemn shaming, Jacob Nordby wonders if we have forsaken a vital guide