Liskula Cohen asks an important question: Why do we think it’s okay to body shame men?
For almost 50 years author Kozo Hattori has had to step to the plate with a mini-bat, and you know what? That’s not such a bad thing.
Learn 14 things about men that you might not already know (or want to know)
Myths about Black men’s prowess reinforce racist stereotypes about Black men.
Why can’t we love one another like we used to?
“We expect to have sex like the pros, but not dunk a basketball like the pros and we’re fine with that.”
This is a comment by Jon D on the post “Real Life 40 Year-Old Virgin”.
There are two types of guys—bank walkers, as they say in Texas, are guys who are unashamed about their nakedness. Drew Diaz on the man code and gym culture.
A man wonders if his girlfriend’s newfound interest in vibrators is a reflection upon his ability to please her.
Noah Brand talks about the difficult task of accepting one’s own genitals.
My Halloween costume this year is simple and inexpensive: Lex Luthor. The key components of this costume are a red silk tie in a full Windsor knot, because Luthor is the kind of asshole who always has to win every human interaction, and a Kryptonite signet ring on my right hand, because Luthor is also […]
Sometimes I feel like height, physical height, is the elephant in the room when it comes to hegemonic masculinity. Everyone knows it’s a giant friggin’ deal, but nobody wants to talk about it, because, as the inimitable Greta Christina pointed out, what the hell are you supposed to do about it? There’s a perception, an […]
Speaking of penis size, after perusing query strings on her personal blog’s server logs Ozymandias says ATTN: Person who got here with the search term “do women like an eight inch cock better than a seven and a half inch cock?” I cannot even figure out all the things that have gone wrong with our […]
American culture sends a message about the penis that is confused, at best. In the wake of Rep. Anthony Weiner’s dick-pic scandal, the theme that “wangs are ugly” spattered the Internet, the media (wrongly) assuming that’s just how most women feel. The Washington Post even ran a sweeping op-ed in which writer Monica Hesse mused, all too […]