Yes, there are people who hate others that have opposing lifestyles. But there are plenty of people in the world who care and support differences.
I never met the good people who were shot in the Pulse Club in Orlando, but I feel I know them somehow. Their injuries and their passing hit me like the death of old trusted friends whose loss to me is palpable.
Peter LaBerge’s poem resonates painfully with the Orlando shooting and with the broader culture of LGBTQ victimization which enabled it.
The aftermath of the shooting at a gay club in Orlando is reverberating across the issues of hate crimes, LGBT rights, politics, gun control, how we define terrorism, how we talk about these issues and what actions we take. Please join us—few things are more important than this.
After a successful show at Valencia College, John DiDonna and his cast went home. He heard some in his audience headed do Pulse along with many Orlando community members.
A man learns about gun safety from his girlfriend, who introduced him to guns.
U.S. Army veteran Dwight Gray writes of fear and bravado on the shooting range.
This morning’s carnage in California offers yet another sad reminder that current solutions are not working.
Condemning the inexcusable violence committed by the shooters in Garland, France and Denmark doesn’t stop us from questioning the justification for the cartoon contest and subsequent exhibit. Are they not simply provocations of a minority by the majority
There’s bad news. There’s good news. And then there’s the kind of conversation we have here on The Good Men Project.
A letter to one of the nine lost in Charleston.
Warren Blumenfeld calls out the situation in Charleston for exactly what it is.
A conference call covers the speed at which change occurs, the events in Charleston, the importance of fathers, and more.
A poem about taking away the glory that the killers in this country seek.
Michael Kasdan reflects on the Sandy Hook school shooting that took place in Newtown, Connecticut two years ago.