Ted Cox took on the identity of a closeted Mormon for a weekend of crying, singing, and wrestling. It was the first time he felt another man’s erection.
The Boy Scouts continues its policy of banning openly gay scouts, leaders and even the children of gay parents.
Ted Cox discusses the growing child-free movement in North America. Why are more and more guys choosing not to be dads?
Ted Cox investigates our nation’s strange, painful relationship with pubic-hair removal—and he has a Brazilian wax to show for it.
Meet Tom Evans, the media rep for the May 21 apocalypse.
Heterosexual single Americans now blur societal gender lines in respect to dating, love, and marriage.
I graduated in 2003. Is it too late to transfer to NU?
Men simply don’t have an effective, reversible form of birth control comparable to the female pill. What’s taking so long?
What motivates a man to get sterilized? Financial reasons, relationship issues—or something deeper?
Ted Cox’s mom cried when she found out that he had a vasectomy at 28, but he has no regrets. His new column looks at the reasons more men are opting out of fatherhood.