Paul Hartzer has spent his time tilting at windmills, and can tell you what he's learned. A renaissance man who teaches mathematics by day and English by night, his work with urban students of color pushes him to address his own privilege. Paul loves language and strives to treat it with respect. He lives with his wife and his son and maintains a site of his interests, Curious Cheetah. You can also find him on Facebook.

Paul Hartzer 's Articles

When we conclude that “toxic masculinity” and “masculinity” are synonyms, we remove the ability for men to have a clear identity.

Creating A Non-Toxic Masculinity

We continue to see the damaging effects of toxic masculinity. What does non-toxic masculinity look like?
Paul Hartzer of The Good Men Project    |   03.8.17 12am   |   SHARE
The more we fake it and hide behind smiles, the more we have the need to do so to keep from stepping out of line. (Image: Unsplash/ Clem Onojeghuo)

Social Anxiety And The Highly Sensitive Person: A Reflection

Mental health challenges carry a stigma, particularly among men. Paul Hartzer shares his experiences.
Paul Hartzer of The Good Men Project    |   02.24.17 12am   |   SHARE