Dark Hair = Masculinity

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Cameron Conaway on the taking and making of modern masculinity

The Short Happy Virtual Life of My ‘Friend’ Bob

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What would a biography look like if it was comprised solely of social network updates? Doug Bond asked himself this very question and the results are hilarious.

Pinterest “Hunk Boards” and Male Objectification

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Oliver Lee Bateman considers the weighty implications of Pinterest “hunk boards.”

Male Bodies and Objectification

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When women objectify men’s bodies, how does that affect our cultural concepts of desire and agency?

Whose Ad Is It Anyway?

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Ken Goldstein follows an ad through the chain from advertiser to consumer, and wonders why Facebook is still targeting him with ads for French Maid Costumes.

Teens and Social Media: One Post Can Last a Lifetime

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Jeff Bogle argues that teaching a kid how to use social media and its consequences is the responsibility of parents

This Is What It Looks Like to Moms When Dads Do This [Photo]

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What Masculinity Looks Like on Pinterest These Days

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We’re just sharing what we see.

First, Let’s Kill All the Blue Screens

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It could be me on my annual New Year’s rant against the electronic world getting all 19th century on your ass. But I don’t think so.

Social Media, Future Trends

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Lisa Hickey quickly highlights a few changing trends she sees in the Social Media landscape.

Guestpost #88: Jack Meyer – Ten Things I’ve Learned From Pinterest

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“If I see another lace dress or engagement ring I’m going to puke.” says guestposter Jack Meyer in this entertaining blog about Pinterest.

Look At My Pocket Square! Surviving the Scary World of Men’s Style Blogs

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When the menswear blogosphere sucks this much, what’s a guy to do?

“I don’t share things online to express my masculinity, but to explore areas of interest.”

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This is a comment by Alastair on the post “Manteresting vs Pinterest – Divided We Fail”.

Poll: Men, Do You Prefer Male-Centric Social Media Websites?

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Pinterest may have 20 million users and be valued at $1.5 billion, but some have proclaimed it as “too girly” for men. So what’s a man to do?

Manteresting vs Pinterest – Divided We Fail

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Joanna Schroeder thinks trying to divide the Pin-board market is probably a recipe for mediocrity.

“How Can I Scale?” Lessons in Social Media from an Evangelist

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A blogged version of one of The Good Men Project Evangelist Conference calls run by Lisa Hickey