We can’t forget the unsung contributors to the Steroid Era—the poor schmucks who nabbed obscene power numbers for a couple of seasons, then faded back into oblivion after a big payday.
At its heart, men’s rights activism, for most of those involved in it, doesn’t really seem to be about activism at all.
Who are men’s rights activists, and what do they want?
Hugo Schwyzer explains how a handful of men are angry for all the wrong reasons.
Amanda Marcotte dissects the gripes of men’s rights activists—and explains exactly how wrong they are.
After 17 years in prison for eight counts of attempted murder of a police officer, Michael Guglielmo became the country’s most successful bone-marrow recruiter in an effort to save his dying son.
From Paolo Di Cano to Pat Tillman, who are the best sports?
The Artistry of Michael Jordan is a 10-minute tribute to the man and his endless fakes, mid-air adjustments, and finishes.
You are about to read the most entertaining story you’ve ever read about hemorrhoids.
Bethlehem Shoals, a basketball obsessive, explains why he watched the Oscars instead of last night’s Knicks-Heat matchup.
“I still remember the names of two girls my father identified as pretty in a fifth-grade class picture.”
Hugo Schwyzer explains why guys are so preoccupied with getting women’s sex stats—and why they should let it go.
Men simply don’t have an effective, reversible form of birth control comparable to the female pill. What’s taking so long?
Delaney talks sobriety, why he’s a feminist, honesty, and the finer points of his social network of choice.
Unfortunately, it’s coming too late to benefit Jonathan Lesser, who is one of what might be the last generation of bald men.
Tom Matlack and Tim Donaghy discuss the former NBA referee’s gambling problems, legal transgressions, and his efforts to leave his past behind.