Town & Country magazine does their part perpetuating an outdated, harmful, sexist trope.
Noah wrote about the “man camps” of North Dakota for the Good Men Project, but I decided I would talk about it as well, because it’s interesting. The quote that struck me the most within the NYT article was the following, from an oil fields worker: Even after the recruiter told him the job was [...]
In fiction, one often runs across villains who want to literally end the world. Destroy all humanity, wipe everything out, bam. No more people, no more civilization. As a boy, I didn’t really understand this impulse; I mean, what’s to be gained by ending the world? As an adult, I come across articles like this [...]
Warning: this is really long. This is what happens when you have multiple 200+ comment threads that crystallize all kinds of awesome new ideas for me. The majority of Nice Guys™ (once again, used gender-inclusively) are suffering from a common delusion: that the dating world is even remotely logical. Unfortunately, this is not true. I’m [...]
We can, at this point, take it as well-established that men are too often considered “success objects” by society, yes? I don’t need to once again explain how, just as women are judged by their perceived adherence to a largely arbitrary standard of sexual attractiveness, men are judged by their material and financial “success”? Good. [...]
Trigger warning for discussion of suicide. Recently, I came across this very interesting study about suicide rates as they relate to unemployment. Since I basically read everything with my Masculism Goggles on now (seriously, I do, it’s terrible), I happened to notice a few interesting statistics. A 10% increase in the unemployment rate (for instance, from [...]