About Quiet Riot Girl

Quiet Riot Girl is a blogger with a keen interest in gender and sexuality. She has just self-published her first novella, about what might have happened if Michel Foucault, the french homosexual philosopher, had have had a daughter.

Teen Princes: Men Writing Young Adult (YA) Fiction

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British YA fiction authors James Dawson and Tim Gardner talk about their teen years.

MetroseXY Movement

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Androgynous “metrosexual” artist DPhill stands out among his hypermasculine peers in hip hop.

Teenage Kicks: 5/12

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Quiet Riot Girl calls for submissions from—and on the subject of—teenage boys and young men.

A Partial Defense Of Narcissism

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Quit Riot Girl believes that narcissism is less a personality disorder, and more a normal attribute of contemporary culture—even for men.

In Praise of Metrosexual Men

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Quiet Riot Girl asks, “What’s not to like?”

Masculinity Isn’t Good—It’s Great

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Men’s roles are changing and becoming flexible, Quiet Riot Girl writes, which is for the best.

No, Seriously, What About the Men?

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A closer look at how misandrist arms of feminism institutionalize the neglect of men and masculinity in women’s and gender studies.

The Mirror Cracked

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Quiet Riot Girl examines the intersection of men, metrosexuality and disability.

The Myth of ‘Real Men': A Response to Eliezer Sobel by Quiet Riot Girl

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Quiet Riot Girl responds to Eliezer Sobel’s discussion of masculinity.