The beauty and pain of the spandex-covered lifestyle
The Disney movie's dark take on Prince Charming offers what Cinderella or The Little Mermaid don't: a chance to talk to my young kids about love and relationships.
"I felt just as vulnerable walking onto the female-dominated dance floor as I had walking into the ring."
Jimmy Arrowsmith has witnessed the evolution of attitudes toward the LGBT community for nearly a century.
James Braly and his wife stayed married for years, even though almost everyone in their lives urged them to split up. Why? And how did it feel when they finally did part ways?
A conversation with Brené Brown about how men and women experience shame differently
Some guys feel really bad about the fact that they don't know how to hang crown molding.
Some people think laundry's really important; other people value household repairs—and those preferences should be taken into account when couples figure out who does what.
A sports agnostic looks at the literature on how people decide whom to root for.
He tried to keep Cinderella and Rapunzel away from his daughters, but the girls found them anyway.
A lifelong avoider of violent conflict joins a mixed martial arts gym.
But things were different in the '80s—assault weapons weren't cool, and hardly anybody actually wanted to own one.
Relying on your wife for financial support isn't emasculating, but it can be infantilizing sometimes.