88% of men, to be specific. And 55% of women. And that’s OK.
Kids’ lives are being altered and derailed because people often misinterpret research.
The best sorts of discoveries are the ones you bleed for, or bruise for, or burn for. And now it seems my son is going to be just as good at learning as my father and I were.
“Imagine if I, as a child, had accepted my supposed inferior intelligence as truth.” A scientist speaks out on racism and its effects.
Driving posts for fences is a pain, and this automatic pneumatic tool makes it painless.
There’s something in the water.
Imagine wishing the worst on a writer because she’s a woman. This is worse than that.
Finding a balance can be a challenge.
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The honeymoon never lasts forever, but you can keep that loving feeling going every single day.
Down low in the fields of gold the ground hugging layer of tiny herbs may be found.
“You want to work day and night? It’s not easy. Take this chance that you have. Don’t be dumb.”
Author Andy Hall examines his life compared to stereotypes of the man box and finds peace with his androgyny.
New cancer research could mean less-invasive treatment is on the horizon.
All of these problems are ripples of a larger problem, pressure on all men in patriarchal societies to define themselves with hypermasculinity.
Women are the victims, and men are the aggressors. At least that’s how the story is usually told. But men can be victims too.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?