How do we know what we want, and what we want others to know we want? Babble of the Sexes helps us translate the mixed messages we send each other.
This comment was by Bill on the post “Why ‘Manning Up’ is the Worst Thing You Can Do” by Mark Greene.
Manning Up, a new anthology of essays from transmen, releases with the start of LGBT Pride/Book Month.
Mitch Kellaway seeks to dispel the myths within the myths surrounding the surgeries that people ask (or make assumptions) about.
“Manning Up” is an upcoming anthology of the unique and diverse experiences of trans*men. Here, several of the writers share what the project means to them.
Oliver Lee Bateman discusses how he came to terms with his troubled past.
Jason Hairston explains how constricted masculinity damages male relationships
Hipster Sexism doesn’t serve humanity any better than the Classic variety.
Drew Diaz wants to know why he’s got to be the heavy, every time.
Telling men to act “like a man” isn’t doing anybody any favors. So stop.
Jeff Perera has a story that will make you weep.
Thomas Fiffer cries it out.
Book author Kay Hymowitz examines the trend in young men who fail to launch.
Explaining what’s wrong with articles by Kay “guys should man up” Hymowitz is kind of like shooting fish in a barrel entirely full of salted herring. Nevertheless, I am in a ranty mood, so.
Scarlett Harris questions what the term “Man up” really means and wonders why society forces it upon so many men.
Joanna Schroeder hopes men and women can become allies in the war against inequality, without too many casualties on either side.