Are men afraid of commitment or simply making a rational choice?
Michael Kimmel’s notion of ‘aggrieved entitlement’ has a much broader application than he is willing to admit.
Accusations of male impotence were epidemic in the 16th century as women rejected and humiliated men they claimed were unable to measure up.
After a hiatus from activism Jonathan Taylor is back with a review of a recent Radiolab conversation concerning the topic of sexual consent and crisis management
With all the politically-correct recommendations against body shaming, it seems feminists forgot to include the male member.
Doug Mortimer shares a fantasy of a male-for-male and female-for female single-sex voting system that would likely diminish gynocentrism in politics. It’s ok to dream isn’t it?
Medieval society attempted to mandate gender equality by making husbands and wives to engage in brutal competition. Are feminist schemes for creating equality today any less brutal?
The feminist mantra is ‘We can do it!’ when it comes to free jobs in the military. Would they be so enthusiastic to ‘Do It’ if forced by the government to register for the draft?
What are the reasons for lack of equal gender representation in the boardroom? Marty Nemko takes a look.
Gad Saad proposes that in place of pathologizing male nature as toxic we might appreciate the important ways in which the two sexes differ.
Some commentators claim that watching porn is a form of cheating, however a large majority of people in a recent study don’t agree.
How should society handle women who take cash to cover up sex criminals? Tongue in cheek, August Løvenskiolds solves the vexing problem of encouraging greedy cowards to make timely reports about sexual predators.