Conversations About Masculinity: Who Is The American Male?

About once a year for the past several years I have had projects come across my desk that involve taking a closer look at the American Male consumer to help with one marketing, product development or otherwise strategic initiative or another.   In most cases of work designed to unearth consumer insights, the focus is typically … Continue reading Conversations About Masculinity: Who Is The American Male?

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An Homage To Alternative Points of View: An Exercise in Objectivity

This one is for all the bloggers. I don't know why we all choose the blog as an outlet. For some people, it's a away to feel like you are being heard - if even only by your friends and family and anonymous strangers - in a world where it seems like you just can't … Continue reading An Homage To Alternative Points of View: An Exercise in Objectivity

Some of My Best Friends Are White People

It would stand to reason that white folks in America should be able to take one on the chin every now and then given our American history of bigotry, oppression and otherwise mistreating minorities and non-white natives. We are due a few knocks and jibes. And we don't necessarily always help ourselves overcome narrow-minded and … Continue reading Some of My Best Friends Are White People

“Your City Has No Culture!”

That's what I often hear from "folks" who live in places like New York City. They also happen to be "folks" who earn upper-middle-class livings and define culture based on "high art" standards. Anything that doesn't have a marquis or high price tag for access doesn't count as culture. And I venture a guess that … Continue reading “Your City Has No Culture!”