Who are men’s rights activists, and what do they want?
Hugo Schwyzer explains how a handful of men are angry for all the wrong reasons.
As Gabi Coatsworth’s son’s bipolar disorder gave way to full-blown manic episodes, she watched her husband slip deeper into drink and detachment.
When Tom Forrister transitioned from female to male, his same-sex marriage became a federally-recognized, “traditional” marriage. The one constant was the bond he shared with his wife.
For all the stories written by and for women on this issue—and there are few—men are more likely to be absent from the public dialogue about intentional childlessness. Why aren’t men’s stories also being heard?
Guys may think leaving is the right thing to do for the sake of the family, but according to family lawyer David Pisarra, there are a few things they should know before—and after—they walk out that door.
Always young. Always beautiful. Always new. Porn keeps dopamine surging in the brain. But at what point does chronic stimulation become chronic dissatisfaction?
Men are more promiscuous than women, but that doesn’t mean we should buy the cultural fallacy that men are programmed to cheat. The vast majority of men are happily, naturally monogamous.
Even stellar relationships lose their spark over time. Here are the ingredients of a lasting, fruitful partnership, and techniques for weathering the stormy periods.
For this, our inaugural Good Men of the Year list, we’re not celebrating memorable personalities, newly minted pop-culture icons, or 15-minute men. This was a year of unprecedented challenges, and it cried out for good men.
In 2004, The New York Times Magazine called the Harlem Children’s Zone one of the great social experiments of our time. Today it can hardly be seen as an experiment anymore—it’s an off-the-charts success.
This phenomenon—the sharing of ideas across the global community—isn’t just cool. It isn’t just entertaining. It’s objectively, undeniably good.
The national conversation Savage sparked gives voice and a permanent resource to closeted and openly gay youth—and the people who care for them.
To be sure, it hasn’t all been rainbows and sunshine since Obama took office. But the president’s victories in 2010—fulfilling three key campaign promises—solidified his status as a man capable of effecting serious change.