Where are the men in the women’s movement?
Andrew Smiler argues that masculinity is changing and most guys don’t really understand why.
Could a new curriculum help men to redefine themselves and their roles and responsibilities in society?
Prince was a study in sex-positive lessons for men and women and a force for challenging stereotypes.
Dr. Andrew Smiler argues that Men’s Studies is necessary and the logical complement to Women’s and LGBTQ Studies. A few weeks ago, the New York Times pondered “A Master’s Degree in…Masculinity?” The headline itself suggests the NYT is not convinced this is a good idea. Placing the article, written by Jessica Bennett, in the Fashion…
How do we separate our own fears from parenting realities? Malleable Mom Ashley Fuchs recounts teaching when no means no. — I heard peals of laughter coming from the other room. I smiled, knowing the sound of my husband tickling our then three-year-old daughter. “No! STOP!” After a brief pause, the laughter continued. Then, it happened…
How do we support and empower women while also reaching out to and engaging men?
Zach Stafford realized that it takes more than liking someone to see them as equal; you also have to fight next to them.
An open discussion about whether Women’s Studies programs are inherently anti-male, or has the progress made for and by women made men more free as well?
Joanna Schroeder believes that stories matter, but without analysis, the conversation is stunted.
A closer look at how misandrist arms of feminism institutionalize the neglect of men and masculinity in women’s and gender studies.
Nicole Rodgers and Hugo Schwyzer discuss whether or not the Huffington Post’s new ‘Women’s Section’ does good or harm for women and men.
Do women send most of the sext messages? If so, why?
Hugo Schwyzer offers some practical advice for checking out women without making them head for the hills.