Derek Rose’s meticulously researched data challenges Hannah Rosin’s “The End of Men” and renders much of the demise of men in the workforce to myth.
Kaleb Blake wades through ‘essentialist crap’ on masculinity in The New York Times’ new roundtable discussion.
The Good Men Project is more than just a “big tent.” It’s a big universe.
One psychiatrist argues that soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder may be the unsung champions of strength in gender identity.
Marrie Lobel gives her view on the sweeping effects that she sees gender roles having on–oh–just about everything.
Can getting involved in the community or being a stay-at-home dad increase a man’s opportunities?
Jeff Jackson writes an open letter to Hannah Rosin about “The End of Men.”
Theresa Runstedtler, on what happens when one sector of society declares the “end of gender” and the “end of men,” while another works to reinstate patriarchy and rollback women’s rights.
In England, soccer and masculinity collide, and neither one can escape from the past.
‘You can’t make a list of the things that qualify someone for manliness; there’s no checklist. You can’t tell what manly really is.’
In a time when many wonder about the future of gender, Dan Griffin doesn’t believe that manhood is going anywhere.
Andrew Sharp looks to the NFL and realizes that men aren’t in a crisis. They just need to ignore the stupidity.
S. Grady Barrett has dug trenches three-feet deep and been propped up in a titty bar on Sunset Strip. He still wonders what it means to be a man.
Michele Yulo thinks parents should have their kids watch Dancing With the Stars precisely because of the complex gender questions that might come up around Chaz Bono.
Dr. Damon Young asks that we free pink from its bondage to only one gender.
Hats off, slide the chair, hold the door. Robert Barsanti reflects on traditional gender roles, and how, in the end, a man does