Is it possible that working fewer hours would make men worth more, and help to close the gender gap in wages in the bargain?
The New Yorker
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Ronald Metellus on concussions, Manti Te’o, and the complicity of fandom.
From Katherine Heigl movies to the Great Potty Disparity, writer Jerry Mahoney calls out Mommification
Irishman Peter Houlihan admires the people who marched for gay pride in Uganda, where homosexuality is a capital offense and believes their bravery is a beautiful thing.
Justin Cascio examines the high cost of fame, including the apparent suicide of O.J. Murdock.
Being a snob means being discerning and exclusive. Try not to take it too hard.
Liam Day wonders how parents letting a 5 year-old play football is much different than the “tanorexic” mother who put her 5 year-old in a tanning bed.
The moral of the Edwards trial is the extent to which we collectively have lost track of what is important and, in fact, have lost track of the truth of what it means to be a man.
Jamie Reidy reveals how a Hollywood superstar altered him as a human being.
Joanna Schroeder wonders how the real story of the men behind Lawrence v Texas impacts the LGBT-rights movement.
Is there a glass ceiling or do women need to get in gear?
Mark Radcliffe reveals how breaking off a short-lived romance can hurt just as much as a long relationship.