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

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


Sons of the Pre-Apocalypse

My son was born last week, right before two historic wildfires hit California—his new home state—and burned whole cities to the ground.


How My Father's Sickness Brought Back the Pain of My Childhood

After all these years and near-death experiences, I still can't have an honest conversation with my father.


We Looked Into Whether 'Baby Fever' Is a Real Thing

Psychology can tell us a lot about why some people suddenly become obsessed with having a baby.


Confessions of a Dumbass Dad Who Broke His Teeth Trying to Impress His Son

Or how I learned to accept my limitations instead of trying to be the cool dad.


The 'Atlanta' Episode on Fatherhood Helped Me Understand My Dad’s Disappearance

Earn learns about black sacrifice and I learned a lot about my own life.


How I Stayed Out of a Gang When My Dad Was Arrested

Selling drugs seemed like such an easy way to help your family with money. But I was small for my age and feared getting "jumped" as part of gang initiations.


How Not to Be an Ass When Your Friends Start Having Babies

A lot can go wrong when newborn babies start infiltrating your social circle.


How One Facebook Group Is Bringing Gay Dads Together

Adopting and raising a child is easier when you have 5,000 other queer dads by your side.


My Ballroom 'House Father' Made Me the Man I Am Today

In many houses in the ballroom scene, fathers provide guidance and support that can change lives. This is how one changed mine.


How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Dad Bod

"None of this is to say I wake up thrilled with the state of the belly region, particularly if that day includes a photo of Zac Efron."


The Day I Learned if My Dad Would Get Parole

I knew my world could soon be filled with love and possibility instead of heartache and loneliness.