The out actor, known for The Real O'Neals, just made his Broadway debut in the beloved musical.
Love is NOT a weakness, got it? The post Why I Mentor Young Men as an Elder appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Individual and collective support toward a more inclusive masculinity. The post The Good Men Project is the Recipient of the 2017 International Men’s Day L.T. HENRY Transcending Boundaries Award appeared first on The Good Men Projec...
Season 7, Episode 12 You have perhaps come across the phrase homo economicus, which describes a model for human behavior as seen through the lens of economics. In this hour, you’ll hear Freakonomics Radio producer Greg Rosalsky embark on a long and tortuous process to live his life like this strange creature. Show More Summary
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Wristwatches have been a wardrobe standard for over one hundred years, which begs the question: What are the top five reasons to wear a watch? The post 5 Reasons You Should Be Wearing A Watch appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Some 95% of the ocean is completely unexplored, unseen by human eyes. That naturally means that there are many marine environments that we don't know much about, but that we're still putting at risk from damaging activities such as bottom trawling. Meadows of seagrass – flowering plants that live in shallow, sheltered areas – are a prime example of such a habitat.
Risk management is the name of the game when it comes to growing dryland sorghum and corn, which both offer cropping alternatives "when and if" conditions are right, according to recent Texas A&M AgriLife studies.
Mindfulness teaches us to accept what is, but what happens when we can’t get past the feeling that we’re giving up when we do that? The post Mastering the Skill of ‘Being Okay’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
'Who is responsible for... this murder of the innocents? First and foremost... it is the pastors.'
Case Keenum threw for two touchdowns and ran for a score, all in the first half, to give the Minnesota Vikings a double-digit lead and they went on to beat the Detroit Lions 30-23 on Thursday. The Vikings (9-2) took a huge step toward winning the NFC North, taking a three-game lead over the second-place...
Five Asian American police officers are suing the San Gabriel Police Department, alleging they were subjected to widespread discrimination and a hostile work culture in which managers used racial slurs and refused to hire or promote Asian officers. The officers allege that they were passed over...
I’m very happy to return to blogging here at PLoS after a long…pause. I talk about why after this post, which was originally published by the Guardian. An emotive article on the ‘Ice Apocalypse‘ by Eric
In three of Europe’s top five leagues the leading goal scorer plays for the team that is also leading the table. This weekend’s schedule features three games in which a league’s top two scorers will face off — and not surprisingly, each will impact positions near the top of the standings as well....
Oil pipelines are back in the news after a major spill last week and a major development on Monday. The post An Eruption of Opposition to Oil Pipelines appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It’s a revelation to rediscover a favourite children’s book in a different way as an adult.
'That is a price I am willing to pay.'
One of the big mysteries of our day is how so many supposedly enlightened Catholics have managed to get it so wrong about Islam for so long.
Catholics are urging the bishop to stop the ‘art’ display, and do public prayers of reparation.
It’s a very painful, confusing and lonely place to be. The post In The Dark: There’s no ‘I’ in Team but There’s an ‘I’ in Concussion appeared first on The Good Men Project.