How ‘Short Kings’ Are Challenging Narrow Standards of Masculinity
When asked to describe the ideal male physique, physically imposing figures often come to mind: tall, muscularly large individuals. But this depiction of masculinity is pretty narrow and unrealistic for many.
Let's Face It- "How to Make More Money" Articles SUCK (and 3 Ways to Actually Make Some Spare Cash)
Keep your bodily fluids and don't invest three years into creating a niche blog. It's time to stop listening to bad advice about how to make more money each month.
Forget Six Packs and Biceps– Your Workouts Are Also Good for your Prostate
Perhaps it's just because of its location, but most guys don't like to talk about their prostates. So you may have missed that it's one of the organs benefitting from your gym routine.
Elder Scrolls VI Character Backstory Generator
Elder Scrolls VI is one of the most highly anticipated games of the decade. We don't know any plot details yet, but it's never too early to start thinking about your character's backstory, right?
What Well-Managed Depression Looks like on Bad Days
For those of us with well-managed depression, we can go long periods of time without having a depressive episode. But when they come back, they come back with a vengeance.
People Need to Consume More Books. Blinkist is not the Answer.
There are apps and services that promise to give you the good parts of a book in a ten-minute summary. But do these actually benefit you?
The Science and Pseudoscience of Fitness Supplements
Supplements are a great way to fill in gaps in your diet and accelerate your progress. But how do you distinguish the good stuff from the BS?
The Danger of Conflating Thinness With Health
All too often, when folks discuss fitness and wellness they're making the mistake of actually talking about losing weight or being thin, which is not at all the same thing as being well and healthy.
Why the LGBTQ+ Community has had a Mixed Response to Taylor Swift's Recent Pride-filled Music Video (and why both sides are right)
You Need to Calm Down by Taylor Swift is everywhere right now. Some praise it for its celebration of queer people. Others criticize it for Taylor's history of silence on queer issues. Here's where I stand.
Remembering the Reason for The Riots: Looking back at Queer History in the US
Pride month didn't start with parades and day drinking. It started as a radical stand against institutionalized oppression.
What Should You Do If You’re In Relationship Limbo?
There's no doubt that relationships are difficult, but sometimes they just get stuck in a rut and you feel like you're trapped. Here's what to do when that happens.
What it's like to Workout When You Have Body Image Issues
This one gets a bit personal, but I wanted to share it since I know I'm not alone in having these feelings and experiences.
When Pride Month Means 30 Days of Heightened Body Insecurity
While Pride is a great opportunity for the LGBTQ community to come together, we shouldn't forget that we have our own internal issues to deal with. One of the big ones: body shaming and body image.
What Is Social Anxiety and How Can You Overcome It?
Social anxiety isn't about just not wanting to go to parties– it's a far more complicated and, in some cases, debilitating issue than many people realize.