Matthew Hussey explores some of the implications his answer to this age old questions has on relationships (as well as a fun test you can take to find out!).
men and women
When discussing patriarchy and sexism against women, more men start on the defensive than not. Why is that?
Men need to see and listen to what is really happening to young women these days.
Men don’t always see women as property—but it’s there, implied, and needs to be purged from our culture.
Do we understand the fine line between forgiveness and enabling?
Men need to read what it’s like to be a girl (and it doesn’t seem like it’s going to change any time soon).
Kara Post-Kennedy has the inside track on what men just might start to figure out.
How should we feel about having a man in charge who doesn’t have enough self-control?
A “step by step” guide to developing empathy as a man about women.
Vironika Tugaleva thought she was showing her man how much she loved him by being the perfect Cosmo Girl. Instead, she almost lost him.
There are certainly complexities between men and women, but maybe we’re really not that different after all.
Some men remain in the never-ending cycle of always fighting for their beloved (without ever capturing her heart).
Fear can limit our relationships, but when understand it, we can do something about it.
‘Curvy Women’ and ad campaigns celebrating curves are all the rage—but does the same apply to men?
Whether it’s $.79 or $.92, women and men have almost never been equally paid.
Victorian mores influenced ideas not just about men and women but animals too.