How free are we, if employers can tell us what we can and can’t say in social media?
If a man tries to promote better treatment of men (and women), can he ethically watch professional football?
In surveys of nearly 40,000 men in 13 countries, character, self-determination, and work topped the list of what defines masculinity.
Troy Palmer thinks the Beastie Boys were right to fight for their song, but they got so much more wrong.
Ariel Chesler explains the importance of growing up where your back yard is connected to your neighbor’s yard, and your front stoop was mere feet from your neighbor’s.
Andrew Smiler says one reason men and women have relationship difficulties is that they have different approaches to the idea of rules.
Andrew Smiler believes better vocational education for high school boys will improve their lives, their (future) partners’ lives, and the economy as a whole.
Andrew Smiler says Robin Thicke’s VMA performance and child rapist Stacey Dean Rambold’s behavior have the same roots and wonders why no one is talking about it.
The months-long hunger strike is taking a devastating toll on prisoners, but an article in the New England Journal of Medicine insists that force-feeding them is assault.
Tom Gaultieri examines the ways in which homophobia, not the constitution, have historically dictated laws about homosexuality.
James D. Irwin tells the story of Australian Peter Norman who supported John Carlos and Tommie Smith protest against racism, even though he knew it would mean the end of his Olympic Career.
For today’s Man Up Monday, Carlos Andrés Gómez challenges men to rise up against the street harassment so many of us have become desensitized to.
Julie Gillis believes we need more empathy and less disposability regarding our veterans, citing a Hollywood producer’s amazing story of helping a man through an apparent psychological breakdown on a JetBlue flight.
Yashar Ali believes it’s our responsibility, as men and human beings to try to understand what discrimination is like for the women we claim to love.
Erik Hinton discusses how the critical response to Diablo 3 can help us understand the problems faced by mainstream journalists.
Unnecessary things are like USB ports.
In Philly, wide-ranging police reforms submitted in the year following Ferguson’s unrest. During a conversation on race and policing months ago with Democratic nominee for Mayor of Philadelphia, Mr. Jim Kenney, there were no cameras[Read More…]
Bright light outdoors stimulates the release of the retinal transmitter, dopamine, which has a protective effect.
Want to know how to talk to a man at a bar without coming across as a creep?
As the great Andalusian summer heat builds, the once vibrantly alive Spring meadows turn to straw and dust.
How did we become so hypocritical that violent images are OK, but pictures of mothers breastfeeding their children are outlawed?
Alone at 57, a man makes new rules for living a positive, fulfilling life.
When animals wander we call them free range. But when minds wander we call it ADD?
Dr. Steven Hanley on “Stand by Me” and male friendship.
If the next five years of your life are the same as the last five years, will you be okay with that? — That question grabbed my attention so tightly I nearly choked on my[Read More…]
“Would I have it in me to be the kind of mother that didn’t degrade or diminish his masculinity, but teach him that it can be a powerful tool for positivity, change and equality?”
Aaron Tang writes the rules for virtual relationships.
Why what we are doing here is so important.