Transsexual Men Finding Family, Brotherhood, and Themselves

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Manning Up, a new anthology of essays from transmen, releases with the start of LGBT Pride/Book Month.

8 Myths About Transgender Men’s Bottom Surgeries

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Mitch Kellaway seeks to dispel the myths within the myths surrounding the surgeries that people ask (or make assumptions) about.

All In: Words from the Men of “Manning Up”

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“Manning Up” is an upcoming anthology of the unique and diverse experiences of trans*men. Here, several of the writers share what the project means to them.

How I Saved My Life

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Oliver Lee Bateman discusses how he came to terms with his troubled past.

Breaking the Emotional Coma Cycle

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Jason Hairston explains how constricted masculinity damages male relationships

Man Up / Man Down

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Hipster Sexism doesn’t serve humanity any better than the Classic variety.

Why Does It Always Have to Be Me?

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Drew Diaz wants to know why he’s got to be the heavy, every time.

Like a Man, Approximately

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Telling men to act “like a man” isn’t doing anybody any favors. So stop.

Fears for Tears: Men and Vulnerability

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Jeff Perera has a story that will make you weep.

Boys Do Cry, and Men Do, Too

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Thomas Fiffer cries it out.

Manning Up: Women’s Rise, Men’s Demise?

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Book author Kay Hymowitz examines the trend in young men who fail to launch.

Kay Hymowitz: Terrible Person or Worst Person?

Explaining what’s wrong with articles by Kay “guys should man up” Hymowitz is kind of like shooting fish in a barrel entirely full of salted herring. Nevertheless, I am in a ranty mood, so.

Manning Up

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Scarlett Harris questions what the term “Man up” really means and wonders why society forces it upon so many men.

People, Let’s Stop Waging War on One Another

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Joanna Schroeder hopes men and women can become allies in the war against inequality, without too many casualties on either side.