Intellect is delighted to announce the release of ISCC 6.3: Masculinity in the Twenty-First Century, guest-edited by Elwood Watson.
Limpet Girl asks why we don’t talk about the mental health issues affecting men—those who are least likely to seek help and most likely to need it.
Today’s man is more engaged with their kids, but sometimes those inner feelings of tradition come out.
Men of a certain age face the future in different ways. Are we doing a disservice to younger generations by refusing to participate?
21st century change. #ICantBreathe #ferguson #HandsUpDontShoot
It doesn’t look like much at all. And then, it happens.
Women have traditionally held a monopoly on being misunderstood. Thomas Fiffer offers up 10 ways women often misunderstand the 21st-century man.
“I think that everybody should see this video and we should ask ourselves how we can get a balance between reality and virtual, to find a way that makes us truly happy.”
Phillip Chesnut is a cup-cake decorating guy who cares about his kids—not a bearded mountain man. Can he get his man card back?
Alex Yarde discusses the blatant racism in the new Disney film, “The Lone Ranger”.
We have pioneered the largest worldwide conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century.
Tom says that the way into the future is not for men to retreat into a homogeneous bubble, but to keep growing in diversity and to keep having the difficult—but very necessary—conversations about manhood in the 21st century.
“…gangsta culture is the essence of patriarchal masculinity.” An introduction to Jack Donovan’s new book, “The Way of Men.”