They’re both undeniably enticing. But who will be declared the winner?
Battle of the Sexes
When you hide from love, you will never experience the miracle: love done wrong may hurt for a moment, but love done right heals for a lifetime
Jed Diamond, Ph.D., says accepting ourselves as men (and women) means accepting ourselves in all areas of our lives.
Graham Phoenix has felt a need to take control over what he does in life and he has had many reasons to question this over the years. He now realizes that this is an essential aspect of his masculinity, an important part of being a man.
Iraq War veteran Michael Anthony believes women should challenge men, not coddle them.
Tamara Star’s advice to all adults, men and women, on how to live more responsible lives.
Coke v. Pepsi, Ford v. Chevy—we all have our favorites. So which is better: being a guy, or a girl?
Brandon Jones believes both sides lose when we laugh at the implication that men and women just can’t understand each other.
Brought to you by the people who make aiming high, look easy.
At universities around the world, men’s groups are banned.
People ask feminists why they’re so angry. But shouldn’t a sober look at how we treat each other tick us all off at once?
Mark Greene believes our male cultural history, the steps we took to get here, make ignoring boys and men as victims a likely outcome.
Jayson Gaddis believes there is a better way than blaming or apologizing to the other sex.
There seems to be a growing sentiment among many of today’s men and women that, romantically speaking, we no longer need one another.
In a time when many wonder about the future of gender, Dan Griffin doesn’t believe that manhood is going anywhere.