Sorry Vanity Fair, but online dating didn’t invent a hook-up culture any more than it killed romance.
Brains, heart and experience combined with charisma, charm and a great work ethic, are all the ingredients we need in our representatives in Washington
Lynn Beisner, a huge Stephen King fan, asks the famous author to consider apologizing for calling Dylan Farrow’s description of her alleged abuse “bitchery”.
Find a book for anyone for you need to buy for this season.
A guy selling women’s perfume?
Jamie Reidy reveals how a Hollywood superstar altered him as a human being.
The photojournalist and co-director of ‘Restrepo’ was killed while on assignment in Libya.
Politicians could become avatars, Colbert defends Planned Parenthood, and dictators are terrible authors.
Could the mere insinuation that the military isn’t the end-all, be-all Mecca of masculinity shake the foundations of what it means to be a man? Oscar-nominated documentary “Restrepo” addresses the question.
Four decades later, the still addicted generation of excess has found a kind of reverence in the media.
The Wikileaks founder threatened to sue the British newspaper for—wait for it—publishing leaked documents from Wikileaks itself.
There isn’t “man funny” and “woman funny”—there’s just funny, period. So save the asterisks for Barry Bonds’ homerun records.
It has never been easier to fall in love with a magazine all over again. Please.
The eclectic mix of contributors—from Pulitzer winners, Vanity Fair writers, Emmy winners, Poet Laureates, Gulf War pilots, ex-cons, pro football Hall of Famers—draw upon the defining moments in men’s lives and explore the perspectives men have gained.