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Archived Since:January 10, 2011

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Country For Folks Who Don’t Like Country

Country isn't for everyone, but with a little digging, there's a lot of treasures to be discovered. The post Country For Folks Who Don’t Like Country appeared first on The Good Men Project.

An Art Gallery That Focuses On Mass Shootings

Phil America reflects on why he built an art gallery on (and under) the dangerous streets of New York City. The post An Art Gallery That Focuses On Mass Shootings appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Fish and Privilege

Fish don't know what water is until they are no longer surrounded by it. Try imagining that for a moment. The post Fish and Privilege appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Yes, We Have Enough—for Everyone, Every Day

Joe Lalonde offers his thoughts on always wanting more (even though we often have more than "enough"). The post Yes, We Have Enough—for Everyone, Every Day appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Let’s Talk About Sex: Dad and Discussing the Birds & the Bees

Here are some great tips for dads on having 'that' conversation The post Let’s Talk About Sex: Dad and Discussing the Birds & the Bees appeared first on The Good Men Project.

A Reminder About The Nature Of Patience

I wrote this for myself at 2:01 AM for everyone else feeling impatient at 2:01 AM. The post A Reminder About The Nature Of Patience appeared first on The Good Men Project.

This Man Built the Personal Flying Chair of Your Dreams

Unlike this guy who obviously knows what he's doing, the rest of us should probably have some patience and wait for a more advanced model. The post This Man Built the Personal Flying Chair of Your Dreams appeared first on The Good Men Project.

How Three New studies Unravel South Africa’s Patterns of HIV Transmission

New targeted interventions can have a significant impact on reducing the spread HIV and reducing the risk young women face of becoming HIV positive in South Africa. The post How Three New studies Unravel South Africa’s Patterns of HIV Transmission appeared first on The Good Men Project.

How is Looking for a Mate Like Shopping for a Home?

You can't just look from the outside, you have to explore inside as well. The post How is Looking for a Mate Like Shopping for a Home? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

What’s Your ‘Political Coming Out’ Story? (Call for Submissions)

When did you realize your political voice and become active—and how has it shaped your destiny and daily life? The post What’s Your ‘Political Coming Out’ Story? (Call for Submissions) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Mini Worlds You can get Lost in for Hours

This is the slow life of millennia tattooing the rock with living art. The post Mini Worlds You can get Lost in for Hours appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Estranged Fathers can stay Emotionally Connected to Their Child

If someone is keeping you from your child, or if your young adult child doesn't want to maintain a relationship with you, there are ways you can express yourself. The post Estranged Fathers can stay Emotionally Connected to Their Child appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Comment of the Day: ‘It isn’t about keeping score’

Relationships should be based on respect, equality, and partnership The post Comment of the Day: ‘It isn’t about keeping score’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.

‘The Twilight Zone’ Can Still Surprise You

Don Klees remembers "The Twilight Zone" and highlights some of the better episodes. The post ‘The Twilight Zone’ Can Still Surprise You appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Interactive Post of the Day—Labels

As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts? The post Interactive Post of the Day—Labels appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Through Cancer and the Treatments That Followed, Josh Cooper Saw the Good in People: #IamBallsy Stories

Being proactive about what he felt in his body saved his life. The post Through Cancer and the Treatments That Followed, Josh Cooper Saw the Good in People: #IamBallsy Stories appeared first on The Good Men Project.

ANIME REVIEW – AJIN:Demi-Human

All Things Geek Conntributor Emma Henderson assiduously reviews Supernatural Seinen Anime phenom AJIN:Demi-Human and offers recommendations for fledgling Otakus! The post ANIME REVIEW – AJIN:Demi-Human appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Incognito Drug that is Disrupting Men’s Lives

Is the internet making us slaves to instant gratification? The post The Incognito Drug that is Disrupting Men’s Lives appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Moral Case for Hillary Clinton

“What would it take for you to vote for a third-party candidate?” This question was posed to me by a good friend who, after supporting Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign, became so disenchanted with the political processShow More Summary

6 Things Every Successful Entrepreneur Has in Common With You

Forget luck or a "secret formula"—these entrepreneurs share the same traits that we can possess in our daily lives. The post 6 Things Every Successful Entrepreneur Has in Common With You appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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