Men face many microaggressions that we rarely think about
Men who live life differently often run into these tough double standards.
Emotional awareness and social intelligence in the personal growth industry.
Shouldn’t we be pleased that men who abuse women online are being held to account?
Noah Berlatsky looks at the death of Trayvon Martin through the lens of a society that is inherently suspicious of black men.
At universities around the world, men’s groups are banned.
Do we value celebrities and playboys more than poets, scientists, and inventors?
Rape culture is the trivialization of rape, and it permeates our society to an alarming extent.
Charlie Glickman maps the sexist anti-porn arguments of radical feminist Robert Jensen.
The first chapter of Noah Brand and Ozy Frantz’s provocative book What About The Men? explores feminism, gender performance, and why the “man box” is a bad fit.
Ally Fogg weighs in on the Anita Sarkeesian controversy.
Danny explores the idea that men are somehow both expected to behave like mindless sex-obsessed animals, and yet are also held responsible for the incredibly high standards of beauty and grooming women are held to.
Joanna Schroeder believes that comparing the word “slut” with the word “creep” is a false equivalence. But that doesn’t mean she thinks calling guys creeps is okay.
Hat tip to Psychonomics. TW for brief mentions of rape. Cracked has recently presented an article about the five ways modern men are trained to hate women, as part of its latest bid to be Feministe’s more ableist, more prone to dick jokes little brother. Seriously, what is it with Cracked and social justice these…
Did you know that according to the Census Bureau fathers are just “child care”? It’s not baby-sitting when Daddy does it. Who wouldn’t agree with that? The U.S. Census Bureau, apparently. When both parents are present in the household, the Census Bureau assumes for the purposes of its “Who’s Minding the Kids?” report, that the mother is…
And yes, that includes misandry.