It’s a watery battle of the sexes.
In his early twenties, Shankar Tharoor—who heads HR operations in India for a US-based software company in Bangalore—supports the Movember movement, as he believes men seldom find time to think about their health. Life’s many complications come in the way, he says.— Photo: Shankar Tharoor
In his early forties, Methil Praveen currently sports a stubble. This picture is from decades back when he used to flaunt a great mustache, which soon became part of his persona. He lives in India with his wife and son, and swims and dives to stay fit. Photo: Methil Praveen
For the last three years, I have been growing it for Movember.
Manly and majestic.
I graciously accept the compliments and dismiss the naysayers.
Do men and women see success in different ways?
Who says a man can’t ever be friends with a woman?
Seeing each other for our collective humanity is what matters most.
Maybe the world won’t end. Maybe, it will just be better.
Ben Dutka fears “manly”and “masculine” have devolved to mean “stupid” or “Neanderthal.” Is he right?
Bobby Dennis on the power of music for male sexual abuse survivors.
Aaron J. Smith says that depression robs him of his manhood.___I am an adult man.I can go grocery shopping, do laundry, prepare meals, do the dishes, clean the bathrooms, vacuum, pay bills, do taxes, and a host of other adult behaviors. At 36, I better be able to hold my own as a grown up.…
Ann Preston Roselle says keep cool and your boys will be just fine.
In the Gun Violence vs. Mental Illness debate, the facts are all that matter.
Open up and stop running away from your emotions.