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Erin Kelly, a writer with Cerebral Palsy, speaks about the tragic rise of disability hate crimes.
In Marietta, GA, one church is banning the Boy Scouts, but another church welcomes them in.
This is a comment by hahz on the post "Challenging ‘Boys Will Be Boys’".
Do men pray? Should they?
Oliver Lee Bateman is aging, and he's (mostly) okay with that.
Has 'male beautification' reached a new level of ridiculousness?
"An epic and authentic ode to dads everywhere."
Bob Fletcher risked a lot when, in the middle of World War II, he quit his job so he could become a farmer to help the Japanese families forced to live in internment camps.
Joanna Schroeder insists that dismissing boys' bad behavior as a natural part of being male is dangerous for both boys and girls.
Just in time for Father's Day, The Good Men Project co-hosts a Google Hangout with Google and Dads and Editors from Mashable, Esquire, NYC Dads, and more.
This Father’s Day, Colin Berry suggests, maybe it’s time to give Dad more than just another tie or gift card.
Though most schools have mental health services, not all are created equal; the Jed Foundation wants to assess the services of different schools so that they can make informed suggestions to incoming college students who need or desire exceptional emotional support resources.
A gay man recalls attending a drag queen's wedding in his youth and harboring fantasies of his own marriage.
Loneliness is such a powerful feeling that it can often take away our desire to truly exist. Spoon Jackson reflects on this daily -- behind bars.
Kile Ozier knows how risky it is to come out as gay, but he believes it's time to close the (r)evolutionary gap.
Whether you are planning a proposal or just want the shock value of some unfortunate mishaps, this article will provide just what you need!
Adam, Sheikh, and Abdullah of TrueStoryASA bring us another video to spread smiles when they stand on a busy street with a sign that reads, "Meet a Muslim Person."
Should corporations suffer the same consequences as United States citizens? Carl Pettit argues in the case of corporate personhood and their constitutional rights.
How one man responds to a grave situation can epitomize the enormity of his love
Savas Abadidis reminisces about the comic book stories he was obsessed with as a youth, and talks to Marv Wolfman, writer of the series and one of Savas's heroes.