Behind the scenes at the Good Men Project

Earlier this week, Paperhouse was invited to sit in on an editorial meeting at the Good Men Project, where we were privileged to witness the genesis of one of the greatest, most boundary-breaking works on sexual desire ever to appear on the internet: Mark Radcliffe’s In Praise Of Small-Breasted Women, in which he bravely explained how more than a handful’s a waste and he would like to get his hands all over them titties, girl. The following transcript gives a key insight into how the GMP is working to reflect the multidimensionality of men and manhood (and if you don’t understand that long word, it’s probably because you’re a dumb broad with a big chest). Continue reading