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6 Bad Behaviors for HIV-Positive People

You can still live a long life with HIV, but it comes with some complications. read more

Encounter with a face—Sweetwater, Tennessee

The Lost Sea 140 Lost Sea Road Sweetwater, Tennessee My post on Sweetwater, Tennessee’s The Lost Sea got an anonymous comment a couple weeks ago, “By the way there is nothing haunted about the cave. I work there and I can tell you half...Show More Summary

Call For Submissions: Sports Ink

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. The post Call For Submissions: Sports Ink appeared first on The Good Men Project.

7 Things Men Don’t Know About the Delivery Room

Nothing prepares you for what you’ll experience. — One of the happiest days of my life was finding out that my wife was pregnant. I couldn’t believe that I was going to be a father. The realization that I would be a special part of another human being’s life was mind blowing. Show More Summary

Artist Spotlight: Julian Hsiung

Hsiung's take on the beautiful men he sees in Western culture has a ripe, about-to-burst quality. read more

Remembering Albert Maysles’ Camp Classic, Grey Gardens

Critically acclaimed filmmaker Albert Maysles died March 5 at the age of 88, leaving behind a rich legacy of work in the documentary genre, much of it produced with his brother and collaborator, David, who died in 1987. In addition to...Show More Summary

The Moment When Global Leaders Signed The Kyoto Protocol, And How Industry Responded

Our DeSmog UK epic history series recalls the moment when leaders from around the globe agreed to limit emissions under the Kyoto Protocol. Exxon boss, Lee Raymond's attempt to warn the developing world against signing the Kyoto Protocol...Show More Summary

Loving Your Parents

The psychology of love, your parents, and how they intertwine. The post Loving Your Parents appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Civil Engineering: How 30-Year-Old Karen Civil Grew Herself Into a Multimedia Brand

A surname like Civil almost begs to be branded, but life wasn’t always that simple for a Haitian woman who grew up in New Jersey and once dressed in Goth gear and listened to the Backstreet Boys.

1970s Paranormal Television

The vintage era of paranormal adoration found in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, produced a LOT of themed shows. See which ones you cut your para geek teeth on - descriptions thanks to IMDB. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1968-1970 Lovely young...Show More Summary

The “Straight Coach” in The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Isn’t So Far-Fetched

In The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the new Robert Carlock/Tina Fey series Netflix released last Friday, aspiring actor Titus (Tituss Burgess) is bummed to discover that a role he covets at the theme restaurant where he works—Professor Dracula’s Spooky Laboratory and Bar & Grill—has gone to someone else. Show More Summary

The Death Penalty in SE Asia

Is there a trend towards abolition? The post The Death Penalty in SE Asia appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Ten Places We Don't Think To Pick Up Women

In the oh-so-biological quest to spread our genetic material as far and wide as humanly possible, men are always looking for new places to score. We can confirm this because, as the two hosts of YouTube advice series "Dude, Seriously",...Show More Summary

Top 10 Junk Food Substitutes

No matter how hard you try, unhealthy foods are almost impossible to avoid. It doesn't help that a recent study by researchers at Ontario's University of Waterloo appears to have revealed a link between giving into cravings for junk food and lapses in brain function. Show More Summary

How to Dress for a Job Interview [VIDEO]

Got a job interview coming up and aren’t sure how to dress? In this video, I talk about how to dress for interviews for different kinds of jobs–from big city attorney to entry-level customer service. Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Filmed and edited by Jordan Crowder  

Spectre (Teaser)

A mysterious look at the 24th film in the James Bond series, in which 007 must face off against a dastardly organization as he deals with the aftermath of Skyfall. It’s worth watching if only for the glimpse of Bond’s Aston Martin D...

Game of Smurfs

The citizens of Westeros are replaced by the tiny blue residents of the Smurf Village, but that’s about the only thing that’s different in this reimagining of Game of Thrones from the warped minds of ADHD. Smurfing is coming.

Austin Landlord Who Demolished Piñata Shop for SXSW Party Forced to Resign from Company He Co-Founded

The Jumpolin store a year before it was demolished with all its business property inside, and without the shop owners' notice. Photo via Flickr user Nathan Black Jordan French, the landlord behind the sudden and cruel demolishment of...Show More Summary

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