Creating Sexually Healthy Young Men: A Cultural Failure

Dr. Andrew Smiler discusses why we think so little of male sexuality. — When it comes to dating and sex, American don’t think highly of young men. Perhaps it’s all those politicians tweeting di** pics, all the male celebrities cheating on their partners, the perpetual stories of male undergrads assaulting their female peers, or the […]

She’s Not the One

The relentless pursuit of ‘the one’ almost ruined every relationship I’ve ever had.

An Open Letter To The Creators Of ‘How I Met Your Mother’

Upset about the HIMYM finale? So was Amanda Sabater. Here’s why.

There’s Nothing Wrong With Bromance

Male friendship is great. We shouldn`t need to be `brave` to love our brothers.

“How I Met Your Mother” and the Dysfunctional Dad Narrative

Will our fathers’ stories be our own?

Male Sexuality is Threatening Because We Don’t Understand It

Andrew Smiler identifies 7 things we can do today to change ideas about male sexuality

Is Neil Patrick Harris Gay Enough?

What’s lost, if anything, when a prominent gay man becomes a symbol of hetero-masculinity

7 Misconceptions About Male Sexuality

Think you know everything about male sexuality? Andrew Smiler insists that you probably don’t.

Boys and Men Just Want Sex. Right?

In reality, most male undergraduates don’t have—or want—multiple sex partners.

Open Thread: Gay-Straight, or Straight-Gay…Which Actor Plays “Opposite” Best?

The Good Feed Blog Editors want to know which actor plays opposite his/her sexual preference the best.

Alone but not Lonely: Solitude and Online Role-Playing

Can you be alone but still have a community? One man’s venture into online role-playing.

“Teds should be careful about vilifying men who might appear to be Barneys”

This comment was by brad, in response to the post “The World Needs More Teds Than Barneys” by Mark Radcliffe.

The World Needs More Teds Than Barneys

Mark Radcliffe laments that the guy who’s a great catch in the long run doesn’t always make the best first impression.

The Men of ‘How I Met Your Mother’

When it comes to combining comedy and the diversity of masculinity, Maria Pawlowska writes, not many do it better than Marshall, Ted, and Barney.

The Top 10 Good Men on TV

You are aware that there is an invention called television–and on this invention they show shows, right? Well, sometimes those shows feature good men.

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