Forget the stereotype---healthy women don't really want to be with jerks. But there are some traits that are actually the healthy side of bad boy behavior. The post Here’s the Real Reason Women are Attracted to Aholes. appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Roxy Paine’s collection of highly-detailed wooden sculptures based on machinery – the literal and the intangible ones. They rebel against control and uniformity, concepts that have become associated with machines. More here.
Anthony Selden of Elite Daily shares Instagram photos of a pretty legendary photographer. The post This 85-Year-Old Photographer At Fashion Week Has Way More Swag Than Anyone appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A reminder to care for each other when we need it most from Scott Sonnon. The post Right of Way appeared first on The Good Men Project.
BMW gave its new M4 a wild welcome by having it drift and burn rubber around a course made of its predecessors – 37 M series cars lent to BMW by its passionate patrons. Turn the volume up and watch ‘er rip.
Diving deep into the place we come from inspires the scenes for future creativity. The post Teaching Kids to Open the Tap on Creativity appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Steve Cutts imagines how Jessica Rabbit and other washed up cartoon characters have been doing since they’ve gone from the spotlight. In short, Steve made an all-star version of BoJack Horseman. Seriously folks, watch that show.
When working through conflict, does saying “I’m sorry” really work? The post Why I’m Saying Sorry Doesn’t Cut It When Resolving Conflict [Video Tip] appeared first on The Good Men Project.
What's the better family model? Vaughan Granier shares. The post The “Family-Centred Child” Model appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Shawn Henfling gives us a peak into the mind of a step-father. The post Memoirs of a Step-Dad appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Trying to capitalize on the popularity of the cute and cuddly stuff on the Internet, Mario and Fafa introduce a cloyingly sweet new character to Glove and Boots. Unfortunately, they get more than they bargained for.
Matt Kohn just wants someone to look up to. The post Really, Who Are My Role Models? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Ever wonder why it's so easy to give advice to others, but not so much to yourself? Sanah Faroke divulges her ideas behind why this is true. The post 5 Reasons Why Friendly Advice Is Sometimes Better Than Following Your Own appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Teaching couple's massage IS his business. How Denis Merkas converts those so-called "macho" types who think giving their lover a massage is only for getting "down to business." The post Couple’s Massage, Sexual Innuendo, and Getting Down to Business appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Following his divorce, Nick Murosky now lives two hours away from his children. He walks us through what goes through his head during the long drive back after their time together. The post The Two-Hour Father appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Most self-weighing luggage require you to lift them in order to check their weight, but the TUL Suitcase works like conventional weighing scales. Just turn its weighing scale on and adjust your items accordingly. Skip to 1:20.
I'd been teaching all day, but when I met Walt I realized I had quite a bit to learn. The post Homework From a Homeless Man appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Good teachers are almost always overworked, underpaid and taken for granted. The least we could do is respect them. Math teacher Marcus Anderson combined a couple of emails from students for some Communication 101.
Xenophobia in politics and race based hate is firmly rooted in US history and on the rise today. The post Violence & Xenophobia Face South Asian & Middle Eastern Communities in U.S. appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A slow interview with Scott Totzke, former a man at the top of Blackberry. The post How Technology Changes Our Perception of Time and Space appeared first on The Good Men Project.