Nathaniel Kirby craves that kind of connection, but he’s finding that it’s mostly women who are willing to open themselves up to it.
We can—and should—be vulnerable to have a conversation about anything, beyond small talk.
I know this is hard to accept, but a man can be with a woman for years and not feel secure enough to fully open up.
Every single one of us has the opportunity to “come out” whether we are LGBTQIA or not; here’s why…
Whether married or single, Kyle Benson offers critical advice on the importance of communicating your needs to the one you love.
Meet your inner life’s two best partners.
We mix up sex, intimacy and desire with disastrous results. Kyle Benson guides us through this slippery topic.
Simon Goland continues his journey of emotional reclamation while questioning societal missives about how a man should express himself.
Women are the victims, and men are the aggressors. At least that’s how the story is usually told. But men can be victims too.
Entrepreneurs who divorce are often lonelier than most. Talking about their situation is a conversation worth having.
An open letter to men that women need to read too.
In Australia, the current vocational education sector is a mess, and it’s resulting in a lot of people being taken advantage of.
Author Jay Cradeur shares the secret to transforming fear of fear to the powerful impact of embracing fear as your teacher.
Acknowledging your weaknesses and becoming comfortable with them is authenticity. Defining yourself by them and refusing to try to address them, on the other hand, is not.
Georgia Platts shows how sex helps define what roles gender play in our society.
Jordan Gray says that you can save yourself years of frustration, heartache, and confusion by adopting this one relationship practice.