Eduardo Garcia calls for a cultural and social revolution of manhood.
C. K. Carlton thought he knew what a real man was. Turns out, he had it all wrong.
Peter Kirby-Harris wonders if women get questioned about their choice to be a vegetarian the way he gets questioned as a man.
A recent study by Australian company M&C Saatchi set out to dispel common perceptions of men as ignorant jerks. What they found may surprise you.
Robert W. Lore tells the reasons why he decided to defy convention and give up his last name when he got married.
Iraq War veteran Michael Anthony believes women should challenge men, not coddle them.
Jerome Cornelius observes that we can’t even talk about the male tool without nervousness and laughter. And he wonders why.
We know that the path with no obstacles does not lead anywhere, and it surely will not guide you to becoming the best man you can be.
Tsach Gilboa, with a cautionary tale dedicated to the young guy who tried to pick a fight in the Santa Monica gym elevator.
Doug Zeigler looks at the “hilariously stereotypical” images of masculinity, compared to what is happening in 2013. And he likes what he sees.
Alan Bishop believes rites of passage are important so that men can connect with other men and gain a sense of community that is being lost. Do you agree? What do you think a rite of passage into manhood should look like?
Chris M. Anderson tackles the rather large question of how we as a society go about talking about masculinity without shame.
Frederick didn’t know what type of man he’d become. Then he discovered that masculinity is inheritable.
Dale Thomas Vaughn responds to the question: “What Does It Mean to be a Man in 2013?”
We want the good. Give us your glimpse into modern-day masculinity and the way it functions in positive ways within our society.