We’re told we can have it all. Do it all. Win at the game.
Does the media play a role?
Ben Dutka fears “manly”and “masculine” have devolved to mean “stupid” or “Neanderthal.” Is he right?
Matthew Williams says that dating after divorce is bloody hell.
It’s a challenge for some transgender people to project the voice of their preferred gender.
Mark Mathias believes that men should have manners.
Steven Lake sees himself through his wife’s eyes, and it’s not a pretty picture — it’s hysterical.
Heavy is the burden of rejection that hangs upon men’s shoulders.
Labels of any kind can cause harm. And no one is perfect.
Patty Beach and Roger Toennis believe that “scrubbing” our vocabulary of the terms masculine and feminine play into our culture’s challenges with gender.
After being told that his long-time pet was a he, NOT a she, Adam Roberts’ perception of gender was turned upside down.
Both men and women struggle with accepting and enjoying their sexualities. Jonathan Delavan writes about Katy Perry and her example of healthy sexuality.
Why we need a more balanced masculine / feminine world…
Correct bad posture or it might be the “neck swing” for you (in the 18th century.)
Only a few months before a study abroad trip to Rome, Charlie had begun hormone therapy and completed top surgery. He was nervous–about the language barrier and about passing as a male–when he walked into a small barbershop in Rome.
Author Jay Cradeur raises some questions about what we know and what we think we know.