We’ve reached a point where we praise girls who are interested in male dominated sports. But what message are we sending our boys?
When looking at the portrayal of masculinity in the media, should we laugh or should we cry?
We are socialized into some pretty toxic beliefs about gender roles and both men and women are losing out because of it.
Yes, she makes more than he does. But they know how to keep it fair, and keep it real.
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
Gender stereotypes have kept men from using coupons long enough!
Young people have always been integral in the success of social movements and today they are shaking up traditionally dichotomous binary notions of gender.
If we want to stop the killing we must acknowledge the connection between hypermasculinity and violence.
Nimue Brown is fascinated by men who turn human awareness into inspiration.
We need to stop stereotyping our children.
What happens when a young boy who loves to knit refuses to let peer influence stop him? Author Craig Pomranz talks with The Good Men Project about the inspiration behind Made by Raffi.
Because, men. Because, women. Because our culture has a way of sneaking these ideas into our heads.
My father was a couch potato. My husband makes the whipped potatoes.
The National At-Home Dad Network has a powerful message for anyone who thinks boys can be defined by frogs, snails and puppy dog tails. When I found out I was pregnant with a boy, I received all the related “boy gear” as gifts – tiny baseball mitt, a tee shirt with a football embroidered onto…
View image | gettyimages.com Gena Raymond is rethinking the way she relates to the boys in her life. — I’ve listened to several intelligent men describe why they were not successful in traditional school systems. I’ve heard them talk about feeling like outsiders in a world dominated by female educators in a system that lends…
Because boys don’t need to learn confidence and girls aren’t going to college? Yeah, right!