R, 1h 57m – Comedy, Fantasy, Romance Now Playing “What Men Want” has the same problem as its gender-flipped counterpart, “What Women Want,” in that neither of them really answer the question. I’m not completely sure they know what audiences want, either. In this new version, same as the old version, Ali Davis (Taraji P.…
With a clear message to forget his feelings amidst a fractured family, Christian Clifton finds himself robot-like when it comes to his emotions.
When you’re an addict, “It’s not that you don’t care. It’s that you don’t care enough.”
…and the Feminine Energy You’ve heard me talk about how it does not matter who or what you become, so long as you’re a gentleman. This is my sole wish for you, boys: that you grow up to conduct yourselves with tact and decency toward all. Doing so will make your immediate world all the…
Concussions—either through a collision sport or an accident—have far-reaching issues. Tell us your story.
I created an explosion in the middle of my brother’s life.
Last week I was on my own with my two toddler boys. My wife was visiting her family out of state, tending to her sister who had just had surgery. It was a first for my wife and I: her first trip alone away from all of her guys, and my first time to be…
Gone are the days when blue was for boys and pink was for girls.
When it comes to dating, should your sons be treated differently than your daughters?
She is 23 and already looks like an abandoned building.
Pain from death is an open wound that constantly bleeds.
A girl using her phone to record a song she was playing from inside her guitar is interrupted by her little brother. He deftly recovers her device and saves it from an untimely death.
Seldom does one see a coming-of-age story as stark and as inventive as Marc Frazier’s award-winning poem.
Dear John takes on ended romances, pacifists with husbands training their children on how to self-defend, and girlfriends with no filters on Facebook.
Maura Alia Badji’s poem about a sister, a brother, and a jock strap is funny and, in a surprising way, tender.
There are good men in this world (and men, there are good women, too). One bad guy does not make all guys bad.