Therapist Dwight Hurst explores how 007 has ventured beyond the realm of tired stereotypes, and not necessarily for the better.
James Bond’s past comes back to haunt him and enemies thought long gone return stronger than everJames Bond has been on a lot of adventures on the big screen. He has fought bad guys of all sizes, races, and they have all had terrible diabolical plans for world domination. Bond has been played by many…
Finally fans get to see the new adversary Bond will be facing and just how dangerous they areBond is a very well known spy. He has been played by many different men over the years and has gone on a lot of dangerous missions. In recent years his exploits have gotten darker and the enemy…
He’s suave. He’s debonaire. He’s…drunk?
James Fell explains that the extreme workouts and diets actors like Hugh Jackman and Terry Crews endure can set the average man up for a deep sense of inadequacy.
Playing a gay character is little threat to an actor’s career anymore. With this change comes plenty of actors who are willing to take the roles and ready to talk about how they approach them.
Heather N argues that men are sexualized in movies based on what they do. Avern argues that even the perception of power and strength aren’t an indicator of character, and thus don’t make the images any less sexual. Do you agree?
How can you tell when a man’s being presented as a sex object? Turns out there’s one simple, checkable criterion.
Does Daniel Craig’s “perfect body” at age 44 set an unattainable physical standard for men?
Tobias is everything you expect bi men to be, and then some.
Would you want to be a celebrity? If so, what would you do with your fame?