For good or ill, the titles are changing for today’s men—or are they just being revised?
In order to rid of this sexist, macho culture, we must first re-educate our boys and girls.
The road from hyper-masculinity to healthy masculinity and how it impacts black men.
Dr. Vibe asks two African American men, about sex and masculinity when it comes to Black men.
Goat underscores the message men are taught never to express emotion except in the trials of competition, when inebriated and during the heat of sex.
Teaching men about consent is everyone’s responsibility, not just women’s.
Other players have come out later in their careers. Mason Darrow is starting out with a message: “You can be gay and play Division I football.”
Can I, as a woman, genuinely impact male development? Does work with men take away limited and valuable resources from women and people of other marginalized gender identities?
“Absorbing punishment to prove you’re a man seems like the easy way out,” argues Oliver Lee Bateman.
Radio rock revelry gave one pre-pubescent his first taste of stardom.
Did Jason Collins use his former fiancee, Carolyn Moos?
Why Black men are killing themselves, warning signs, and what to do if you’re worried about someone.
That most masculine of subcultures, the world of hip hop, ironically provides an acceptable outlet for men to express platonic affection for one another: through rap lyrics.
Myths about Black men’s prowess reinforce racist stereotypes about Black men.
Is the masculine power the makes football exhilarating, the same destructive force that killed Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins?
(Hat tip to n1l0c2501.)Trigger warning for explicit depictions of abuse. Minor spoilers for the short film Life’s Poison. I was recently pointed to Life’s Poison, a powerful short film made for the PBS Online Film Festival about a teenage male who was abused by his father and the struggles he goes through in recovering from…