I lost the Game of Divorce in a big way. Not because I didn’t play. And not because I didn’t ask for what I thought was “in the best interest of the kids” and FAIR. I lost because that’s the way the game is stacked against the fathers today.
Divorce law is biased in favor of the mom. The minute she says, “I’m considering a divorce,” the man’s livelihood and balance of power is stripped away by the courts and my the formerly loving spouse.
Jeremy Brunger deconstructs the Men’s Rights Movement, piece by twisted piece.
Raad Rahman explores the difficulty in fighting HIV among South Asian migrant workers.
Basement dwellers. Trolls. We’re all familiar with this personality type: Matthew Rozsa offers an explanation as to why they exist in the first place.
Tillie Adelson describes how the most recent season of “Girls” actually has a lot to say to men.
Men are statistically more likely to go to prison than women for the same crime. Feminists and Men’s Rights Activists alike should be outraged.
Matthew Rozsa discusses how an off-hand observation during a speech illustrated an important point about rape culture.
Believe it or not, there are people out there who support women while sticking up for men. Christopher Anderson lists 21 of them.
Thomas Fiffer breaks the code to reveal what really makes men tick.
My kids still have two loving parents, but we’re playing our roles alone—on an imbalanced schedule made without much input from me.
Some boys grow up and never quite feel like men. The Art of Manliness says you feel like a man when you start acting like one and offers some manly advice on how to begin.
Is our focus really on gender equality? Or tipping the balance in the direction we desire?
Stereotypes are damaging to both men and women. Thomas Fiffer offers a simple way to stop, reframe, and rethink some of the assumptions we make about men. And it works the other way, too.