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The Good Men Project

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The Good Men Project
Description Website
Available language(s) English
Launched 2009
Current status active
More info
Created by Tom Matlack[wp]
James Houghton

The Good Men Project was founded in 2009 by Tom Matlack[wp] and James Houghton as a way to allow men to tell stories about the defining moments in their lives. The hope was to spark a "national conversation" around the question of "What does it mean to be a good man?" [1]

According to the organization, The Good Men Project is an effort to build and sustain a national discussion about being a good father, son, husband, partner, and worker in America today.

Gender studies professor and writer Hugo Schwyzer[wp] also has been a contributor to the organization.[2][3] Schwyzer has been described as a male feminist.[4]

Quote: «The Good Men Project is an example of a mangina community.»[5][6]

Roosh[kw] has called it the "Good Mangina Project".[7][8]


  1. Pdf-icon-extern.svg The Good Men Project Presskit[ext] - Houghton, James; Larry Bean; Tom Matlack, The Good Men Foundation
  2. Good Men Project: Hugo Schwyzer
  3. Isn't He Lovely: Guy Talk with Hugo Schwyzer of the Good Men Project, Bitch[wp] on September 12, 2011
  4. Vanessa Williams: Gender v. race: An old fight erupts anew on Twitter, The Washington Post on August 13, 2013
  5. Steve McMahon: The Good Men Project Wants Men To Be Blubbering Manginas Or Outright Homosexuals, Return of Kings on July 30, 2014
  6. Kings Wiki: Mangina, Revision as of 14 January 2017
  7. Roosh V Forum.
  8. Kings Wiki: The Good Men Project, Revision as of 18 October 2016

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