Its all coming unwound, in a mad procession of shocking political ineptitude.
Parents coach their sons to present a facade of emotional toughness and their daughters to admire that facade in men.
How we can heal male trauma and the resulting illnesses it creates.
Is the man saying “My body has a child in it?” I think not.
The cult of emotional toughness and the constant drumbeat of bootstrap thinking among whites has unleashed an epidemic of social isolation.
Bullying and murder are bad enough, but the meta risk factors of the Man Box can kill our sons decades in the future.
Here’s the most used insult against men who might occasionally consider the point of view of women on the internet.
On June 4th, 2015, Mark Greene shared his story, “The Last Late Show With My Father” at the Good Men Project story telling event in New York City.
Generations of boys have been forced to suppress their authentic emotional selves because of the fear of being kicked out of the man club and called a queer.
Men who live life differently often run into these tough double standards.
How men define manhood can mean the difference between a good life or a lonely death.
Ever been told to “man up”? Mark Greene has something to say about that, and gives some advice to his own son while he’s at it.
The Man Box says, “Be a ‘real man’ or pay the price.” But for millions of American men, its time to break the hell out.
Mark Greene explains why the damaging culture of male emotional toughness results in men’s reduced life expectancy
Mark Greene believes that unless the term cisgender is used with care, it can do as much damage as good.
Mark Greene reviews the research connecting boys’ friendships and adult male life expectancy.