I’m a Black Man and I Want a Black Woman Therapist
What I’m hoping for is a therapist with some elevated, intersectional, enlightening take on black manhood.
The 'Woke' Men on TV Still Have a Long Way to Go
Schmidt from 'New Girl' desperately needs therapy.
We Asked NCAA Football Players Why They’re Not Scared of Brain Damage
Even though every piece of research linking concussion to their potential next step—the NFL—is terrifying.
We Tried It
Hangover Cures Are a Lie
I got wasted several weekends in a row for the sake of research. You're welcome.
New Dads Tell Us What Freaked Them Out in the Delivery Room
"He was this screaming little blue nugget."
We Asked People What Health Problems They Hide From Their Partners
It's not a lie—it's just an omission of information.
Where Mr. Porter Went Wrong in '13 Reasons Why'
We asked real high school psychologists to weigh in.
When Did Hip-Hop Get So Healthy?
A new documentary focuses on the movement to get fit or die trying.
Asking for a friend
How Bad Is It to Leave Sweaty Gym Clothes On For Hours?
Have fun explaining that rash.
How to Live Alone Without Losing Your Shit
A psychologist walks us through the daunting realities of flying solo.
We Talked to the Ex-NFL Player Going to Harvard For Neurosurgery
Myron Rolle is a black athlete who will soon be a black surgeon—two realities that come with contrasting expectations.
The Enduring Legacy of Disney's Black Millennial Classic 'A Goofy Movie'
At its heart was its hit song "I 2 I" and the Bobby Brown collaboration that almost was.