I Did Not Know What I Did Not Know

I do have a little sympathy for successful, straight, white American males. No matter how hard they try, they will never understand how much the world is tilted in their favor.

Don’t Worry. You Can Still Call Your Boy ‘Little Man’.

“He will have to wrestle with all of the definitions that the world uses to confine and limit our potential, but that is for later in life.”

How Close Are We to Male Birth Control?

New options on the horizon may give men more family planning options.

This is What It Feels Like Like to Be Transgender

In this TedTalk, Lee Mokobe gives a soul-baring description of what it feels like to be transgender in a highly gendered culture.

Guys, Is This Really What You Expect of Women?

It’s funny because it’s sadly true. But are women any easier on men?!

Fatherhood and Boys in Tights

Find out why Geoff Cochran is okay his sons blurring traditional gender lines by wearing finger nail polish and tights.

What Women Get Wrong About Men

Orin J. Hahn has a simple message for women about men, we feel too.

About Those Expectations: 10 Questions About Gender

JJ Vincent asked a 50-year-old about gender, identity, self-expression, and what defines a man.

Men Don’t Cry, Do They?

Teaching boys that “boys don’t cry” can cripple them as men, but under the right tutelage even this questionable lesson is valuable in the right context.

What Is a “Macho” Man?

The word “macho” stirs up all kinds of emotions, but what does it truly mean?

Pink: One Dad’s Journey from Denial to Acceptance

Kyle Wiley considers himself a modern dad, yet he still has hang ups from the more male chauvinistic era

“Men need to modernize more and yet be more like they were before. Clear as mud?”

These are comments by wellokaythen and Joe on the post “Breaking News from Fox columnist: Women aren’t Women Anymore”.

Do You Really Have to Split the Housework in Half?

Studies correlate traditional gender roles with greater domestic harmony.

“Men should act as if the woman’s consent does not matter—but only if you consent to it.”

This is a comment by Jonathan G on the post “Me Jane, You Tarzan: The Politics of Sexual Polarity”.

“She asked, ‘How can you do this to this poor child?’ and pleaded frantically with me to get in her car.”

This is a comment by Bob on the post “Call Me a Good Dad and I’ll Spray You with the Hose”.

“You’d be accused of misogyny for suggesting that men don’t need women.”

This is a comment by wellokaythen on the Comment of the Day: “I wondered why rejection never triggers the self doubt in my female friends as it does my male friends.”