Men are not second class citizens, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take men’s issues seriously. Addressing both women’s and men’s issues is not a zero sum game.
Don’t tell Sandy Roffey’s son how to “be a man”.
Here’s what you need to know to avoid the unintentional sexism that can come with gender socialization.
Tor Constantino peels back a few of the damaging self-fulfilling lies we tell ourselves as guys.
Keay Nigel shows us how to reevaluate our relationship status.
Veronica Grace would like to share with men the survival tips she’s learned from other women that might also be helpful to men.
Nick Alexander wonders if his consideration of violence as an option—when it clearly was not the best option—was a method of reinforcing his masculinity to himself?
This comment of the day was by Introverted Playboy on the post “The Success Myth”
The fourth part of Chapter Two in Noah Brand’s and Ozy Frantz’s book about masculinity.This is part four of the second chapter of a book in progress. Chapter One is here, and the first three parts of Chapter Two are here, here, and here. —-Our earlier outline of the hypothetical five “unblushing” men in the country…
Do guys really choose a mate based on looks? Do females really go for high status? Kevin Carty examines how men are influenced by their peers, and how we should all loosen up a little on our dating standards.
Andy Bodle believes he’s uncovered the real cause of the gender pay gap.
Doctor NerdLove challenges the myth of quick-fix dating and relationship advice.
Why do so many women lament the lack of good men?
Actually, Good Charlotte, girls DON’T like cars and money—as much as they like boys who know how to “please” them…
What have other people assumed they knew about you?
There is a difference between being a good man and being good at being a man. An excerpt from Jack Donovan’s book, ‘The Way of Men.’