The column: This is My Father, The Internet, will document my various forays into manhood sans a father to guide me. My father left when I was five, and I have seen him maybe four times since then. I’ve had to rely on a variety of mentors over the years, from my friends’ fathers, TV fathers, and of course, the Internet, to properly show me what it means to be a capital M Man. Obviously, hindsight allows me to realize that blindly following the lead of any male figure probably wasn’t the best way to traverse the world of testosterone. But it’s too late for me; my path has been set. Lucky for you, I’m here to spill what’s become of me.
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