young men

Guy Bryant has been a foster parent for the past 12 years, opening his home to over 50 young men who otherwise would have aged out of the system. He wants to set up these young adults for success, and he wants them to know they’ll always have a home.
The other day I was cleaning chicken and stopped cold when I realized there were still feathers on the piece I was handling
I’ve read a lot about what it’s like to have little boys.
An important voice often left out of the conversation on sexual assault has emerged. And it must be heard. Josh “Zeke” Thomas
Young black men in significant numbers feel disenfranchised. Society sees it and hears it; however the solution is ours to
If young men were taught to follow their hearts more, we would live in a very different world. Instead, most young male hearts are wounded and armored. Laying down the armor and opening up the heart is the first step to experiencing the true fullness of a deeply meaningful human life.
A young guy will look cute on your arm, have fun with you, join you on adventures and never make you go to his cousin's bar mitzvah or for a visit with his annoying racist uncle.
In a discussion with a few other men, the idea came up that women are "supposed" to be the ones that take care of the home and that's why they don't really do too much. Because Islam tells them not to. Our ability to do should not be stifled by a weak argument of whether we are obligated to do or not.
Started in 1980, Men Stopping Violence came into being when few people were viewing violence against women as a problem of men. It was -- and in many places still is -- seen as something that is a "women's issue."
It's no secret that the Internet has fed the flame of self-indulgence and for some, humility has completely gone out the window. But what exactly is the motivation behind all this self obsession?
This is where the American dream meets reality.
I need to actively break down these cognitive barriers that society firmly supplants into the psyche of our children, hell, of our men, young and old.
We have all seen the posters decrying teen pregnancy on the streets and in the subway stations here in New York. The question of how best to reach young people with a prevention message, though, has not been answered clearly.
In reality, it does not take very much to make a positive difference in a young man's life. Unfortunately, it takes even less to make a negative difference. If we continue to ignore the issues in our state in relation to boys and men of color, we will squander the human capital talent we have in our state.
I know baseball well enough to teach and coach the kids, but the skills have never been my strength as a coach. Rather, I bring the qualities from the rest of my life as a speaker, preacher, and pastor to my Little League team.