Right now, I am very angry. I also feel a lot of guilt and shame about something. I don’t really feel like getting into it, as that only allows me to ruminate and marinate in the negatives more than I’m willing to do. That’s growth right there! Instead, I will use this opportunity to prove…
It’s a lesson that left me speechless, humbled, and fighting tears.
A personal history of ink on skin.
Derek Loudermilk shares his inner battle with fear about the location of his partner’s potential tattoo.
At this point in my life I am ready to spread my wings, rising above all the things that do not serve me.
Japanese tattoos have been popular in the UK since King George V. But things are different in Japan.
Send us some ink about your INK.
Travel to Korea to meet the brave men and women who love tattoos even though they live in a nation that bans them.
We tend to learn our biases from our parents, but children can help open our eyes.
From Dostoyevsky to Marley, David Packman looks at some literary tennis ink, starting with recent Roland Garros champion Stan Wawrinka’s “Fail Better”.
Do you do/play sports? Do you have tattoos? The Good Men Project Sports team wants to know the story behind your tattoos and what they mean to you.
Aaron W. Voyles discusses college men using tattoos to talk about their emotions.
No one said parenting would be easy.
This was not who Max at The Skin Gallery expected on a Monday morning, but what happened made everybody’s day.
Power can be viewed as a destructive force; a roaring dragon, breathing fire, belching smoke and wreaking havoc, decimating everything in its path, turning it into smoldering ash. When in surrender mode, it can become an alchemical tool for transmutation.
N.C. Harrison considers an acquaintance’s outrageous tattoo and contemplates taking a few risks of his own.