As an emerging focus of social awareness, transsexualism raises many interesting questions. Jesse Folsom asks us to consider a gynocentric possibility which could explain why we find a larger ratio of male to female transitions.
Why do we fall in love? Our analysis of the issues surrounding Men Going Their Own Way continues with Peter Wright’s overview into the nature of attachment and why humans are so fond of each other. The science about attachment that he reveals may surprise you and this historical context of just why we believe what we believe about men’s sexuality will definitely enlighten.
It’s a common cultural stereotype to say that men are “good for nothing.” But after all the things men have given to civilization, and looking around at the current cultural zeitgeist, Jason Gregory dares to flip the question around. What is it that you, as a woman, are good for exactly? And if that question makes you angry, it may just mean you don’t have a good answer. [Illustration by Europa Phoenix]
British journalist Melissa Kite, a shopworn maladroit of a wannabe mother is now hearing her shelf-life tick down to reproductive extinction. Men, it seems, especially the ones who get to know her, don’t want to produce children with her. Of course, it has nothing to do with her. It’s all men’s fault.