Sex Drive: Who Does It Best?

Who belongs in the drivers’ seat in the on-road battle of the sexes?

The Changing Roles of Men on Thanksgiving

My father was a couch potato. My husband makes the whipped potatoes.

Call for Submissions – For the Love of Men

Who are your male role models? The guys who impact your life in a positive way; the guys you look up to and admire?

Beyond ‘Lean In’ and Gender Stereotypes: Stories From A Dad Of Two Girls

Karthik Rajan wants to be someone who helps lay the foundation for gender equality brick by brick.

Dating In Terms A Salesperson Understands

No, we’re not talking about being cold. We’re talking about making the world of dating a little easier to understand.

There’s No Such Thing As A Gay Soul

The notion that the soul of gay people is somehow different, or special, perpetuates a focus on our differences rather than how we are really the same.

The Surprising Secret Men Wish Their Wives Knew But Never Tell Them

This interview with top men’s coach, Karen Brody, spills the beans on what men secretly crave!

How the Man Box Can Kill Our Sons Now or Decades from Now

Bullying and murder are bad enough, but the meta risk factors of the Man Box can kill our sons decades in the future.

This is What a Gay Hero Looks Like

Why is it easier to applaud the “traditionally masculine” male who comes out as gay or trans? Why not support all LGBTQ heroes?

The Modern Challenge of Turning Boys Into Men

The culture of manhood has changed, and so must our approach to raising boys.

Trans* People are STILL being Murdered for Truth Telling

How many have to die before the world acknowledges their truths?

Comment of the Day: ‘You see boys holding back tears with balled fits and a face full of hot air because he wasn’t allowed to cry.’

This comment was by Anthony Brown on the post “Why We Need to Lay Down our Weapons in the Battle of the Sexes.”

Celebrating Gay Manhood

Raymond Rigoglioso believes that gay men have a special relationship with manhood and masculinity, and that all men could benefit from paying attention to this.

Dear Dad: The One With My Favorite Question Ever

‘Dear Dad’ offers an answer to the most difficult and simplest question ever asked on the column.

“The Intern” Delivers Laughs and More

A little laughter and a few good friends go a long way.

What Being a Parent Has Taught Me about Changing Gender Roles in the 21st Century

Joe DeProspero reflects on the importance of changing gender roles in the workplace and at home.