31 Days of Male Stereotypes: Day 14
A nice Jewish girl redefines the God of her understanding.
Here is your golden ticket for social justice work.
Yes, it’s condescending.
Some advice: Spend less time trying to be an expert, and more time learning and listening.
An environment of appropriating creativity does not make for an effective team.
Dave Pickering tries to explain masculinity, both to you and to himself.
This is the sixth of a series of interviews with performers about names and the naming of their shows.
We men like to talk. But we get silent at the wrong times.
Call me a know-it-all if you must. Just don’t accuse me of “mansplaining.”
It doesn’t matter if she’s an Internet celebrity or just some cutie that you’ve had your eye on: she’s a person above everything else. So treat her like one.
Resident dad Taylor Calmus explains the beauty, process, and intrigue of breastfeeding.
Peacocking males who mansplain need to go.
Men, more than likely, you are not consciously going around Kanye-ing every Taylor Swift you meet; but because of the unconscious nature of mansplaining and manterrupting – and the implicit support from society for those actions – you may want to read this gentleman’s guide to avoid being a dude-bro jerk-wad (I’m purposefully using words that need no explanation).
Why do we unnecessarily gender-code our description of basic bad behaviors instead of calling it what it is? This week, Babble of the Sexes finds the right channel.
7 attitudes that have to change