“Women hold up half the sky.” What does it mean? Now and then, on a sunny day, when strolling over Mount Everest, I look around to see where these women are—the ones holding up half the sky. Clouds are made of water and water is heavy, so I suspect they have quite a challenge going […]
Leaving him intact is so much easier, safer, cheaper, humane, logical, ethical, and better for his future sex life and health. And, after all, he can choose circumcision for himself at some point – although you’ll say he probably won’t – and I say, EXACTLY.
Carbohydrates are among the hottest of topics in a consumer market hungry for information on good nutrition. Aaron Mello serves up some answers to some of the many question surrounding this sometimes controversial macronutrient.
In the first 4 articles of their series Jewel Eldora & Co. discussed the phenomena of automatic out-group derogation of men. In this concluding article they discuss the deadly effects of the automatic in-group bias toward women.
Most denizens of the men’s movement will be familiar with the “Dear Colleague Letter.” However, as we so often find in the realm of feminist governance, the rabbit hole goes much deeper than we expect.