Samuel Veissière, Ph.D. takes a look at anti-male culture trends, encouraging people to both recognize and work to change them.
The Australian Men’s Shed Movement is coming under increasing pressure to allow women into the movement. Bettina Arndt explains.
Marty Nemko looks at typical labor patterns of men in relationships, and the frequently less-than reciprocal contributions from their female partners.
Gad Saad proposes that in place of pathologizing male nature as toxic we might appreciate the important ways in which the two sexes differ.
Anwar Y Dunbar with some important truths your parents didn’t teach you.
A very poignant letter at a very, very important time.
First we had the Red Pill Documentary, and now one on the forgotten fathers of America. The cultural trend of speaking up for men’s issues continues to increase.
Bettina Arndt gives a speech to Liberal Democrats about the demonization of men in Australia
Men are far more likely to complete suicide than women, and post-separation times are very high risk for them, especially where children are involved.
New contributor Dr. Travis Gee provides an overview of parental alienation and its consequences.
At least one celebration of International Men’s Day won’t be co-opted by feminists.
We always knew that the end result of fermentation was good for the mood. Who knew it wasn’t limited to liquids? Aaron Mello with a plateful of good advice on eating for a better frame of mind.