Another good father lost. Another man’s life ended. And another travesty answered with shameless silence.
A victim of a stabbing is forced to apologize for being stabbed. Ty Henry has a few questions about double standards and the empathy gap.
Sincere apology should mark adulthood and not be something only expected of men. Ty Henry explores this theme in the music of Anita Baker.
University of Virginia sororities are indignant at new “anti-rape” rules for fraternal organizations now that they’ve noticed these rules infringe on their own freedom.
Responding to attacks from NOW, UFC fighter Bec Rawlings sets a sterling example of a strong woman standing up to feminism’s failure. Ty Henry calls the fight.
Head injuries play a role in why footballers commit suicide, but there are larger issues that contribute, and affect men everywhere.
Author’s Note: There’s been a rapidly ramped-up cultural shift toward pathologizing male initiation of contact on multiple levels, starting with initial approaches to get women’s attentions. We are told that “street harassment” is not only culturally normative and epidemic but part of the “rape culture” continuum, emblematic of a wider cosmological worldview that men are […]
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has reinstated Anthony “Rumble” Johnson after allegations of domestic violence and stalking.
The message about domestic violence is getting out there, one drop at a time.
With the suspensions of Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith, it’s not surprising that original, critical thought on the broader issues surrounding the eruption of gender violence discourse is hard to find in sports media.
Amid the scorched earth pogrom that has overrun the NFL attendant to the Ray Rice fiasco, there was some encouraging news that at least one head of a sports promotion once again proved that he can be trusted to handle the domestic violence issue properly.