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Good Men Magazine

Good Men Magazine

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Published by Tom Matlack
No it's not Men's Health or Men's Journal, Maxim or Esquire, Vanity Fair or even GQ. Think O for guys with New Yorker writing all built around the fundamental question, "What does it mean to be a good man?" www.goodmenproject.org
No it's not Men's Health or Men's Journal, Maxim or Esquire, Vanity Fair or even GQ. Think O for guys with New Yorker writing all built around the fundamental question, "What does it mean to be a good man?" www.goodmenproject.org

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Published by: Tom Matlack on Jun 01, 2010
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Finally,aREALMen’sMagazine
No it's not
 Men's Health
or
 Men's Journal 
,
 Maxim
or
 Esquire
,
Vanity Fair 
or even
GQ
.Think 
O
for guys with
 New Yorker 
writing all built around thefundamental question,"What does it mean to be a good man?" The idea that men don't read and should be treated like Neanderthalshas, thankfully, come to a screeching halt. Guys--white, black, rich,poor, straight, gay, famous, and everyman--are searching forsomething more. We all want to be good fathers, sons, husbands, and workers. But from recession to war to the demand of being aninvolved parent and mate all have us confused about what "good"even means anymore. And as guys we don't need yet anothermagazine with no content to explore the central issue of our lives. Weneed to put meat on the bone, get honest, and read and talk about what really matters most. That discussion has finally arrived.
 
 
The Good Men Project Magazineis part of The Good MenFoundation, a registered 501(3)c charitable organization designed tohelp at-risk men and boys. The magazine is a cross-platform, multi-media destination featuring compelling writing about parenting, sex,relationships, identity, ethics, humor, and health. The publication'scontributors include top-tier journalists commissioned to providefeature content as well as volunteer writers and bloggers.Lisa Hickey, a Boston advertising and social media consultant, willoversee the venture along with New York Times Magazine writerBenoit Denizet-Lewis. Highlights from the magazine's inaugural issue launching today include:
• 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 a21-year-old when he was 15• A.J. Jacobs on his loveless youth, his repressed emotions, and his scary computer• Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz on his "jerk-off" dad, infidelity, and the ritual of gettingclipped...at the barber shop• 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 P. Belanger on ethics and Goldman Sachs' road to redemption

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