'Classic Dads' Could Die Out with Our Generation

Do I have it in me to purposefully embarrass my children in front of their boyfriends and girlfriends? I'm not so sure.


The Many Men Who Shaped My Life

Growing up, addicts and abusers were fixtures in my home. But then there was my father.


Parents On the Hardest Parts Of Having Kids

“I haven’t taken a shit alone in four years.”


The Most Dysfunctional Families I Could Find on Netflix and Crave

What to watch when you’re dreading the holidays, and you need a reminder that your family could be worse.


‘Creed II’ Is Great Because It’s Yet Another ‘Rocky’ Remake

The film delivers because of—not in spite of—the well-worn formula.


My Father Died, And Then I Fell in Love With Heroin

When my dad passed away, anything good-intentioned, selfless or purposeful in me died along with him.


Men Tell Us What They Wish They Could Tell Their Fathers

"I have this constant internal struggle: I want your acceptance but I know I'll never get it."


What Your Childhood Is Like When Your Dad Is in Prison

Both my parents spent time in prison for drug trafficking – my mother was locked away for a total of eight years before I was born.


What My Father the Pathological Liar Taught Me About Trump

Life under the new president has been unsettling, but also strangely familiar.


Metallica Are the Greatest Dads in Their New "Atlas, Rise!" Video

They're just like us, and by "us," we of course mean "fathers. "


A Celebration of Daddys: My Life in Father Figures

When your real dad is a volatile drug addict, you start looking to Homer Simpson and your landlord for fatherly advice.


My Father's Journey Around the World with Stolen Plane Tickets

After a chance encounter with a Black Panther, my father embarked on the adventure of his life—an adventure that led him as if by fate to my mother.