While I acknowledge that marriage is definitely not right for everyone (fuck, it wasn't even right for me until three years ago when I had a major epiphany while driving shotgun with my friend Lisa through Koreatown), + while I know that even great marriages don't always last, nonetheless, I wanted to write a piece in the Good Men Project that refuted the cultural myth of matrimonial castration for husbands + suggest that marriage with the right person could be a joint Galatea project, a place to actually evolve + grow. Sometimes, it might even be the most gangster thing of all. Anyway, here's my piece about the Evolved Gangster in Love. It's obviously about marriage, but it's also about how marriage can upgrade your own masculinity, the way it can make you stronger, more flexible, more in tune with yourself, the way it can make your more vulnerable, more authentic + more compassionate too. Check it out when you get a chance. And since I've been talking about love, marriage + being totally gangster, it's only fair I suppose to include a shot of me + LB to give you some context for my piece. In the foto, we're in a bar called Millón in Buenos Aires. I'm pretty sure I'd just cracked a joke about something or made fun of LB in a sweet sorta way. But I think it's safe to say we're kinda fond of each other. Pictures don't lie.