What The World Would Be Like If It Were Men Who Got Their Periods


The question was kind of funny. The answers were eyebrow raising.

The Only March Madness Should’ve Been Relentless Protesting

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Give college athletes, those whose backs March Madness are built on for example, their 40 acres and a mule.

Undertaker’s Streak is Over and so is My Childhood

Undertaker Loses Streak

Today I hang up my childhood like The Undertaker did his boots and relish in the good ol’ days.

Challenging Casanova: Beyond the Stereotype of the Promiscuous Young Male [Excerpt]


Andrew Smiler, with some very unconventional wisdom about young men and sexuality.

Reinvent and Relearn: A Response to NY Times Op-Ed Columnist Thomas Friedman


Learning to reinvent and relearn is often scary. But doing it together — as men and as humans — might be the only thing we can do.

Why Do We Still Circumcise Boys?


Whether childhood circumcision is acceptable or not is an ethical question, not a medical one. Chuck Ross asks, why did we ever circumcise boys?

“When I see male Olympians, I see that hard work does pay off. It’s refreshing and triumphant.”


These are comments by A. Buchert and Mike L on the post “Open Thread: Does Watching the Olympics Make You Feel Bad About Your Body?”

“I’d say find a place where your son can wear a dress and let him wear one.”


This is a comment by Collin on the post “My Son Wants to Wear a Dress”.

“Every man can recall a moment of shame and self-loathing when he lowered himself to sake his lust.”


This is a comment by Random_Stranger on the post “Cracked.com on Misogyny”.