N.C. Harrison examines a sitcom in which the father figure isn’t portrayed as a bumbling doofus.
Sherry Franklin shares the power of words and how they shaped her views of her father and her “right guy”.
Does the stereotypical man exist?
Oliver Lee Bateman discusses tabloid “outings” and the need for reassuring either/or categories.
It’s not a major life-changing decision, but it is one many of us have to make.
Aaron Anderson sees a lot of confusing stereotypes when he looks at the modern father. And he would like to see those changed.
Dove asks women a question that men should be asking, too.
How do students feel about manhood and masculinity today?
Jamie Reidy, in honor of Father’s Day, lists the top 5 pieces of bad advice his father gave him.
A comment by Tom Miller on the post “The Depressing Depiction of Men in the Media”
Andrew Smiler pines for the return of competent father figures in popular culture.
We’re curious to see how men respond to this. In the MyClicker universe, are guys just indolent, beer-guzzling Homer Simpsons?
At Emory University, scientists discovered a gene in mice that, when removed, actually makes the animals smarter. They’re calling it the “Homer Simpson gene.”Deleting a certain gene in mice can make them smarter by unlocking a mysterious region of the brain considered to be relatively inflexible, scientists at Emory University School of Medicine have found.…
From Michael Jackson to Homer Simpson, we pay homage to dads who leave a little something to be desired.