Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Good Men Project Magazine

The Boston area Good Men Foundation, publisher of last year's book The Good Men Project, has just launched a new online magazine "that explores issues facing modern men and that seeks to answer the question, 'What does it mean to be a good man?'"

The Good Men Project Magazine's inaugural issue features:

  • John Badalament on how to be a good dad (just in time for Father’s Day)
  • Helen Peppe on raising a son who hit puberty at age 9, acted like a teenager at 10, and dated a 21-year-old when he was 15
  • A.J. Jacobs on his loveless youth, his repressed emotions, and his scary computer
  • Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Diaz on screwing up, cowardice and the difficulty of true intimacy
  • Andrew Tolve on how not to propose to your girlfriend
  • Tom Forrister on taking the most radical step to becoming a man: testosterone injections
  • Henry Belanger on ethics and Goldman Sachs’ road to redemption
  • Andrew Ladd on Justin Halpern’s bestselling book, Sh*t My Dad Says
  • Brantley Hargrove on witnessing the execution of convicted murderer Steven Henley
  • Victoria Medgyesi on how men can (and occasionally do) exceed our expectations
  • Matthew Salesses on accidentally setting his girlfriend’s hair on fire
  • Benoit Denizet-Lewis on the fine art of parallel parking

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