As a male, he was sexualized by the same authorities that controlled the thinking about sexuality for teenagers.
A chance comment in the toy store got Ty Phillips thinking about how our culture shames women and how he wants his daughters to grow up.
Kids and the sexual messages of Fifty Shades of Grey cannot mix. Adrianne Simeone shuts down the combination here.
What happens to girls when we sexualize them?
Heather N argues that men are sexualized in movies based on what they do. Avern argues that even the perception of power and strength aren’t an indicator of character, and thus don’t make the images any less sexual. Do you agree?
Yoko Ono’s new menswear line breaks new ground in men’s fashion.
Eric Henney doesn’t like his chin, and he wants to talk about it.
My friend Summer, she who previously proposed the virginity thread, is rapidly becoming NSWATM’s leading provider of interesting post ideas. Lots of videos below the cut; skip if on a slow connection
Any societal arguments for penis envy have dissolved in the 21st Century, Maria Pawlowska argues.
How the free market economy creates gender polarization.
Newest (awful) YouTube music starlet Rebecca Black’s success represents a troubling new era of faux pop stars, stage parents, and child exploitation.
Encouraging princess culture—however innocently—contributes to the sexualization of girls. Men can be part of the solution to the “princess problem.”
If we talk about how girls’ sex lives are portrayed, why don’t we pay at least a little bit of lip service to whether boys and young men are learning similar lessons from their primetime viewing?