Ned Hickson gives sage advice to the better men—er, celebrity men—among us.
If you want to make a mark, do it with style.
This film takes a sometimes comedic stance at one of the worst financial crises in recent history There are only a few films that over the years have wanted to evoke a strong emotion. The one that comes to my mind immediately is Quiz Show. It told an amazing true story about a TV program…
Joanna Schroeder know she’s lucky to have a husband who loves her – in sweatpants or an evening gown – and she thinks other women should stop assuming the worst of men.
These omnipresent pop cultural phenomenas are an inescapable part of modernity. Why do you think that is?
A month ago, we asked what movies made you a man. In this first installment, Sameer Rao recalls the one that taught him the power in weakness.
Glen Poole explains how the debate surrounding whether men can be feminists “really has nothing to do with your beliefs or your actions.”
These are comments by RMNZ, Random_Stranger, and wellokaythen on the post “What Would it Look Like if Gender Roles Were Reversed in Advertising? (Video)”.
Doctor NerdLove understand that being shot down sucks. But you have two choices: bitch and moan, or deal with it like a man.*
Jerry Jay Hewitt writes a letter to his muse: the captivating Ryan Gosling.
Does Daniel Craig’s “perfect body” at age 44 set an unattainable physical standard for men?
Mike Nicholson has some rules that remind him where that line is.
Lara Riscol examines how America treats sex, not violence, as the biggest threat to families and the nation.
Joanna Schroeder wonders what a film that seems to be only about hot gyrating guys says about society and how it will affect masculinity in the long run.
An examination of men’s relationship with body images and and excerpt from Hugo Schwyzer’s critique of Noah Brand’s body image project “I’m Stark Naked: Deal With It”.