If we object to what some characterize as coerced motherhood, can we close our ears to pleas about coerced fatherhood?
When women cry they are absolved from crimes by a chivalrous audience. Would the same work for men?
Opiate deaths of men is on the increase, and public leaders must begin to address the real reasons for men’s despair.
Douglas Galbi reflects the importance of Cassie Jaye’s new documentary
Unlike a more humane relationship of conjugal love, the long-reigning ideology of courtly love deepens men’s subordination to women.
Douglas Galbi takes on feminism’s sexist definition of honor killings.
The story of Theodore Prodromos provides an example of why men are reluctant to speak up about abuse.
Douglas Galbi gives examples of mothers controlling sons choice of wives in historical periods.
From ancient times to today mothers have encouraged sons to go to war, usually by use of shaming and/or praising their heroism. Douglas Galbi urges mothers to end the advocacy for male violence.
Men’s historical social and political disadvantages
Encouraging men to cry is part of gender equality, right?