British YA fiction authors James Dawson and Tim Gardner talk about their teen years.
Androgynous “metrosexual” artist DPhill stands out among his hypermasculine peers in hip hop.
Quiet Riot Girl calls for submissions from—and on the subject of—teenage boys and young men.
Quit Riot Girl believes that narcissism is less a personality disorder, and more a normal attribute of contemporary culture—even for men.
Quiet Riot Girl asks, “What’s not to like?”
Men’s roles are changing and becoming flexible, Quiet Riot Girl writes, which is for the best.
A closer look at how misandrist arms of feminism institutionalize the neglect of men and masculinity in women’s and gender studies.
Quiet Riot Girl examines the intersection of men, metrosexuality and disability.
Quiet Riot Girl responds to Eliezer Sobel’s discussion of masculinity.