Do clothes make the person?
White folks need to recognize their privilege when Hollywood celebs mess up. Just because it was a long time ago doesn’t mean they deserve empathy.
A tip o’ the hat to Hollywood and its changing paradigms of masculinity.
PG, 1h 37m – Biography, Comedy, Drama Opens Today Watching “Stan and Ollie,” a film that details the final few years of the iconic Hollywood pair, it took me about 45 minutes to finally accept what the movie was striving for. Call me cynical if you want, but I kept waiting for some villainous character…
— To understand the structure of American culture, you can look at old Hollywood movies. It’s like an archaeological dig with a music track supplied. Starting at the beginning of the twentieth century and moving through the decades, movies show us trends for men and women, from dress to body language. The stories reveal values…
Mark Radcliffe reveals how breaking off a short-lived romance can hurt just as much as a long relationship.
For years, I have been saying that more men need to stand with women, and it is more glaring now than ever before.
We continue to see the damaging effects of toxic masculinity. What does non-toxic masculinity look like?
Jackson Bliss explains why driving, social disconnection and cultural narcissism are all interconnected
Our entire entertainment world is marinated in gun violence.
Forgiveness leads to bottomless peace for one man emerging from tragedy.
Male privilege bites back in Hollywood’s #MeToo moment and now maybe they understand.
I’m talking to you, Hollywood.
Tell-all books: Donald Trump, Hollywood and … Frank Sinatra
In their novels, Nathanael West and Bret Easton Ellis depict a world few want to admit exists, a place where “Unless you’re willing to do some pretty awful things, it’s hard getting a job.”