Men face many microaggressions that we rarely think about
An excerpt from a poetic manuscript exploring how to resist patriarchy and reclaim manhood.
Exploration and evolution beyond a life built upon male privilege.
Toxic masculinity, patriarchy, misogyny, privilege–what does that mean for boys today and how do we guide them to be good men?
How do we react when confronted with our privilege?
Giving ideas to fanatics is like giving guns to kids. John Faithful Hamer tells us how.
Entitlement, low self-esteem, and violence can be a lethal combination.
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…
Why do men seem to get off easily for cheating while women face the harshest of penalties and blame? Andrew Lawes has a few ideas.
Quentin Lucas discusses the value in abortion jokes.
We’ve barely begun to address the dragon in the room.
When patriarchal structures converge with religious systems, female oppression and oppression of those who transgress gender binaries and boundaries became inevitable. Warren Blumenfield shows us how.
Being a man doesn’t mean you can do anything you want.
Ex Machina presents a vision of woman as free and empowered, and most of all, unreal.
Patriarchy, and its oppressive influence on our lives, prevents men from loving truly.
The messages we receive about sex hurt men in a myriad of ways, too.