Who is Dino Ironbody? We're not exactly sure. He came out of the ether of suburban Boston to offer his wisdom and perspective to young men. This is what we know:
- He has a glorious beard of which he is very proud.
- He loves baseball, but does not like the Red Sox. (He's a St. Louis Cardinals fan; Don't tell Red Sox Nation).
- He is very happily married after a period of soul-searching in which he lost his way in the quagmire of the manosphere.
We're proud to have him on board as our exclusive advice columnist. Read more from him to the right.
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Dino Ironbody is not my real name, but I AM a real, live 30-something married dude who wants to make sure you younger guys live with an eye to the long-term future as well as today.
"YOLO" is a stupid way to live. Trust me. I spent my twenties "finding myself" by making terrible choices that harmed a lot of people, especially women with whom I was involved. This is my chance to hopefully persuade you to live a better way.
Do you have your heart in the right place? Will you make the effort to make sure that you do? The world doesn't need another a-hole, idiot, chump, thug or douchebag. Make sure you don't end up one.
RECENT ANSWERS FROM DINO
First, some background: I am in a long-distance relationship with my girlfriend who attends university in the States. I’m in my senior year of high school at an international school. I only knew her for around 3 to 4 months before her leaving for school. I assure you that the decision was made in a mature…Read More
I’m watching you from my apartment balcony. Your hat’s cocked sideways because you’re convinced playing it straight doesn’t get a man anywhere, at least not in your neighborhood. But that means you’ve already given up, and that’s not advised, because I don’t think you understand how long life is going to feel when every day is…Read More
My girlfriend often gets mad at things that I find petty or that I think don’t really matter. Is that me taking her for granted or is that her being unreasonable? – Anonymous, age 17 First off, “taking her for granted” and “being unreasonable” are not opposite ends of a spectrum, so be careful how you’re…Read More
I may be over-thinking this, but a girl who’s a kind-of friend said something to me recently that threw me off: “Would you ever wanna hang out?” This kinda sounds like a declaration of interest, but the thing is that I don’t really like her in that way. And the really annoying thing is that…Read More
I’ve had a lot on my plate recently, with IB classes and SATs and ACTs and College applications. I don’t feel like I won’t make it through, but I just feel a lot of niggling annoyance in the back of my head that seems to feed on my motivation and my desire to excel, and…Read More