What does it mean to be ‘assertively, self-consciously male’ now?
Joanna Schroeder tries to figure out what makes describing male goodness so challenging, and discovers it’s because there’s just so much of it.
Michael Rhodes discusses a soulful masculinity and the misstep of defining masculinity against femininity.
I respect my husband for the ways that he is strong, desire him for how he’s dominant and confident, and admire him for his skill, but those are not the reasons I love him.
Can the same sympathy exist for male survivors of female abuse , Tim Pylypiuk writes, as it exists for female survivors of male abuse?
Nicole Johnson responds to a commenter as to why she, as a woman, choses to write about masculinity.
Lisa Hickey likes the lead and follow, teach and learn, and give and take of both the masculine and the feminine.
Megan Rosker gives an honest take on the idea of gender roles and masculine qualities.
If you can’t appreciate the gender traits of your partner, Nicole Johnson writes, you may not be with the right person.
Tom Matlack thinks about manliness as a diverse range of stories and perspectives.
Sylvia D. Lucas wants to put the “men’s bodies are yucky” myth to bed.
Gary Percesepe learned how to be a man by observing other men.
What about all the men who go about their business, doing a daily job, working every day just because that’s what needs to be done?
Wolf Pascoe remembers the masculinity of his childhood.
Why we should still respect physical strength in men.