We invest a lot in preparing women for motherhood. Men deserve the same joy and engagement preparing for their roles.
Is the idea of ‘heteroflexibility’ as a way to be more accepting of fluid masculine sexuality doing more harm than good for LGBTQ identities?
As our culture and society have denormalized authentic male friendships, more men are finding themselves lonely and depressed. It’s time to showcase masculinity as depending on and helping others, rather than a man alone.
The “dad bod” may promote a healthy body image for men, but why do we still set an unattainable ideal for women?