Men over the world men are proving their is truth in the rumour that we shop late for Christmas. So why is that?
To mark the 70th anniversary of the mass escape from Stalag Luft III, Glen Poole examines the enduring masculine appeal of the Great Escape
UK Daddy Blogger John Adams says he’s celebrating International Men’s Day this year, something he wouldn’t have dreamed of doing before he experienced fatherhood.
Some of the world’s leading thinkers on men’s issues are heading to Australia this week for what is probably the world’s biggest conference on men’s issues. Our International Men’s Movement editor, Glen Poole, will be there.
Could equal rights for fathers be the key to helping more mums and dads to have it all?
Shouldn’t we be pleased that men who abuse women online are being held to account?
Professor Miles Groth says it’s attitude, not gender, that makes for a good teacher of boys and young men.
Australian dad-to-be and men’s counsellor, Adam Blanch, shares his fears of raising his son in a world of changing gender relations.
An online poll has sparked a lively debate between the different factions of the global men’s movement.
Nick Smithers works for a Scottish charity that wants male victims to be included in the public perception of domestic violence.
The birth of a royal baby has sparked a debate about who Prince William should look to as his parenting role model—his mum or his dad?
Could teenage boys protesting in skirts create gender equality for men and women?
The Mayor of London stumbled into a sexism scandal last week, so what did he say and just how sexist was his remark?
The Canadian Association for Equality has launched its latest initiative for men in Toronto last month. Who are they, what is it, and why should we care?
Is getting celebrities to tell men they’re dumb the best way to prevent male cancer?
Last summer, the Danish filmmaker Maja Bugge got exclusive access to an American men’s group, here she reveals what happened.