Climate change has become a hallmark for President Obama’s second term, and potentially a signature achievement.
Our current culture demands a mobile lifestyle, one that’s portable and convenient — and doesn’t just include your cellphone. Moveable rooms and transportable living spaces are in high demand. After spotting a fantastic room in a box...Show More Summary
What if washing the dishes became a simple gesture of conscious relationship with place, and mindfulness of the planet? The post One Man’s Meditation: Washing the Dishes, Tending the Earth appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We have a situation now where men have been given the greatest gift they could have ever hoped for, and it’s also our greatest curse. The post Finding Your Purpose in a Society That No Longer Requires Men appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Dear Planned Parenthood, In the wake of the shooting at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood, I feel deeply upset about the people who lost their lives, angry at the shooter, and scared in the same way I felt scared when I was 15-years-old,...Show More Summary
For today’s entertainers, social media has become a powerful tool to show support. Take, for instance, actress Elizabeth Banks. “Honestly, I am hoping to influence young people, and Twitter’s a great way to encourage them to lend their voice to the c… Read The post Gay Iconography: Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Pitch Perfect’ Presence appeared first on Towleroad.
The teen tragedy song genre was exactly what it sounds like: pop/rock music that focused on the bittersweet relationship between two young lovers. One of them winds up dead. There were multiple variations of the theme, which was a hit during the 1950s and ‘60s, and contemporary groups have parodied or performed their own versions since then. Show More Summary
"Such a caring for death, an awakening that keeps vigil over death, a conscience that looks death in the face, is another name for freedom." ? Jacques Derrida in The Gift of Death Today scant bits of turkey remain. Shoppers go at it again in a frenzied day after Black Friday. Show More Summary
YouTube vlogger Michael Rizzi sat down with six HIV-positive people to discuss the challenges and stigma that they face living with the disease.
According to a recent joint report by UNICEF and UNESCO, one-half (nearly 30 million) of the world’s out-of-school children are those from war torn nations—and most are girls.
Less than 24 hours after a lone gunman shot a dozen people outside a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic, the CEO of the abortion company issued a fundraising email essentially blaming pro-life people for the shooting, saying the “feed domestic terrorism.” As LifeNews.com reported, alleged suspect Robert Lewis Dear shot multiple police officers and holed […]
(PG-13: Language) Line 22 is the only 24-hour bus line in California’s pricy Santa Clara Valley. As a result, homeless people take its 1.5 hour route to and fro at night to sleep in relative safety. Elizabeth Lo filmed the night crowd for a week to make her revealing short film.
Why do we get so attached to possessions? LeRon Barton explains. The post Letting It Go: How a Small Bag Changed My Life appeared first on The Good Men Project.
“We’re happy she found something she loves.”
“You have no concept of how your life is going to be blessed.”
The "Romance Phase" is, by nature, temporary. And it often ends painfully. Like yanking a band-aid off – skin, scab and all. The post Why the “Romance Phase” Doesn’t Last appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Sia has just released the third track off her upcoming album, "This is Acting," called "One Million Bullets."
Not every pickup artist has bad intentions. Some just need a little extra help to show their true selves. The post My Story and Findings: The Complete Truth About the Pickup Artist Industry appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Sia has released a new song. The track, "One Million Bullets," is the latest from the bisexual singer's upcoming album, This Is Acting. She announced the song's release Friday on Twitter. The album, which she wrote and produced alongside Jesse Shatkin, comes out January 29. Show More Summary
The picture neighbors are painting of Robert Lewis Dear, who allegedly shot over a dozen people outside a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic on Friday, is one of a “rambling and incoherent” loner who never talked about abortion. Dear,, 57-years-old and residing in North Carolina, was arrested at the scene in connection with the violent […]