We live in a fatherless nation. The effects of this is ambivalence and blurry definitions of man.
Men and Masculinity
His exceptional musical talent and humanitarian goodness notwithstanding, Prince’s fancy presentation was more common than society would have us believe.
How do guys turn off the harmful “manly” messages that surround them from a young age through adulthood?
What are some things that women UNKNOWINGLY do that drive men away? Let’s explore. — I spent many years blaming men for my dating/relationship issues. And then I had an epiphany—the only common denominator in every relationship was ME. Once I looked inward to see what I was bringing to the table, I began attracting and creating the best…
Adriana Zollo is fed up with “Man Up.” Are you?
Duncan Alldridge explores men’s inherent need for play as part of healthy masculinity.
Even in our technologically advanced society the ancient Rite of Passage has much to offer the Modern Man and may in fact help him find his way within it.
Boysen Hodgson believes “the new macho” can be defined in a way that benefits and serves everyone on the planet.
After Stephane Wahl experienced first-hand how amazing nurses are she knows that the men who do such work deserve nothing but respect.
Robert Reece has found that ignoring the Man Code has improved his life enormously.
Pat Brothwell comes to the realization that he’s always been more manly then he thinks.
If it’s good enough for the Army and the Marines, what’s stopping today’s man from getting into yoga?
Rob Ern grapples with the meaning of his parents divorce and his dad’s sudden change in hairstyle.
Why are more children than ever are growing up with no male role models in sight?
“Dear Masculinity, Who are you? Because no one seems to know for sure.” Dr. Kelly Flanagan’s letter to a man who’s impossible to know.
Chantele Theroux on how to live and love like the Man in Black.