Author Jay Cradeur shares his views on the subtle power of the feminine that is rarely acknowledged by the masculine. — I wrote the following words several years ago. At the time, all of my experiences with women were in America. Having spent the last 15 months in Southeast Asia, I have now also experienced…
Can men understand what women experience when they get objectified? These men can.
It seems counterintuitive, but sometimes being focused on giving a woman pleasure can be all about the male partner.
When advertisers show us only the poor in far-away countries, are they being objectified? How should we respond?
Olivia Joyce believes that woman should have the choice of whether to show off their body or not. What do you think?
When men lust after women, it doesn’t just creep them out. Objectification hurts men, too.
This video cuts through the confusion about catcalling and explains why it’s never OK.
Dawn Szymanski and Chandra Feltman share the data of their findings on work environments designed to sexually objectify women, and the psychological toll for the employees.
Nathan Graziano realizes he is a part of the culture that created Owen Labrie. We all are.
This conversation was between Freddie, Danny, Silke, and Trey on the comment thread of the post “7 Double Standards That Hurt Men (And Women)”. The double standard they are talking about is pictured above.
Put a picture of sex workers on your article, tell everyone how disgusting it is, and watch the punters click.
Mike Berry wants to teach his sons respect. It starts with modeling.
We’re taught not to view bodies as objects. What happens when we do?
James M. Sama reflects on Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s choice of a spouse and posits that truly secure guys know how to appreciate a powerful, independent woman.
Elamin Abdelmahmoud got a chance to chat with Terry Crews, and the two men bonded over the restrictions put upon men by the narrow definition of manhood.
If you feel invalidated, doubt your own credibility and sanity, and are convinced it’s all your fault, you’re probably being gaslighted. Sam Vaknin lays out the characteristics of this insidious form of “ambient abuse.”