There are two intersecting trends that are changing the ways men and women live and love.
Sarah Suzuki on how psychology and feminism need to work together to understand both men and women.
A professor’s funny song from the 1970s anticipates the problem of young men not doing their best in college.
Allan Shore and Erick Martinez try to discuss “boys will be boys” with Chad Miller on Twitter. Turns out, the conversation was too long for 140 characters.
Weddings (like marriages) just aren’t the same anymore—and they don’t have to be.
This is a comment by Lesli Doares on the post “Are Men Lazy?”
These are comments by Danny and John D on the post “The Dark Side of Women’s Requests of Progressive Men”.
This comment was by John Anderson on the post “My First Playboy”, about women and carnal desire.
Men recognizing their gendered privileges is the first step in leveling the playing field between the sexes, J. Ron Crawford writes.
Tim Stobierski thinks John Mayer’s hit song “Daughters” is damaging to both men and women.
Steven Axelrod notices that greed, guilt, and mendacity largely mark the Nantucket elite, and he is equally terrified and curious at the prospect of joining them.
Human beings fight with one another because, largely, it’s in our nature, Valter Pahlad writes.
Nicole Johnson argues that societal tropes of masculine strength and perseverance obscure the fact that emotional damage can destroy a man.
Julie Gillis meditates on lessons from Jay Smooth on how we should talk about the things we need to talk about.
Maria Pawlowska argues that all, including men, are victims of patriarchy.
Any societal arguments for penis envy have dissolved in the 21st Century, Maria Pawlowska argues.