Ideas about masculinity and vulnerability are changing. But is it enough to save men’s lives?
The depth of a man’s love and care doesn’t always show up in the palms of his hands.
By being his usual, insensitive self, he showed me what kind of man not to be.
We know what we want and what we should do. Jason Kiesau challenges us to think about what we should BE.
The man who got Obama into his garage for an interview answers three questions about masculinity.
If you want a dating world where men are considered respectable good men need to take the lead.
Luis Pabon wonders when the shedding of his prepubescent skin occurred, and even as an older man, continues to struggle with the fit of his adult clothing.
Dennis Kiley and Rob Schene help men to embrace their Wild Man, the man who is compassionate and courageous, fierce and gentle, passionate and powerful.
A fresh line up on my beard brings extra confidence every time I look into the mirror.
Sean Swaby admits that he isn’t always happy. His confession may result in a flurry of people telling him to smile, recommendations for antidepressants or offers of food to make him feel better.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza is past never been kissed…he’s worried about “never been missed”.
“At 5’5″ inches tall Rube was not an imposing figure, but his voice was twice his height. Strong. Deep. Memorable.”
“Real man” definitions perpetuate cookie-cutter masculinity because an “evolved” mold is still a mold. It doesn’t matter if you fit in the man box, you are still a man.
Watch as four women transform into guys for the first time…and get some surprises long the way.
L. R. Heartsong breaks down myths about men and massage and offers encouragement and a dare.
The magic of a close shave makes you feel lighter, like when you were a carefree kid.
Choosing to shave (or not) can be a symbol of starting over, rebellion, or freedom.