masculinity

Film

Is It Safe Yet to Admit I Liked the Twilight Movies?

10 years later, as a straight dude, I’m making the confession I should have made way earlier.
Noel Ransome
11.27.18
Inside Outsider

For Prisoners Masculine Beauty Brings Power

There's something about Australia's prison system that breeds a culture of aesthetic obsession.
Mahmood Fazal
11.21.18
Books

Charlamagne tha God Wants More Men to Get Vulnerable

In celebration of his new book, 'Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me,' we spoke to the radio host about his fears, fame, and therapy.
Noel Ransome
11.8.18
mental health

I Didn’t Cry for 19 Years

And now I'm teaching myself how.
Philip Eil
10.3.18
Australia Today

The Northern Territory is Suffering from a Severe Drought of Women

The state government has pledged millions of dollars toward balancing out the gender ratio.
Gavin Butler
10.2.18
Photo

A Conflict Photographer Captures Boys on the Precipice of Manhood

Amit Elkayam​'s tender photos offer an intimate look at young American men as they transition into adults.
Clara Mokri
9.13.18
Film

Why I Was Never Excited for a Black James Bond

Simply copying and pasting black skin on a white character would trivialize the whole point of a black Bond.
Noel Ransome
8.29.18
Film

Two New Skate Films Are Subverting Gender Norms

The girls of 'Skate Kitchen' and boys of 'Minding the Gap' both get to be brave and vulnerable, cocky and complex.
Eileen G'Sell
8.15.18
masculinity

It Might Be Time to Retire the Buzz Phrase ‘Toxic Masculinity’

Ahead of the release of her new book ‘I’m Afraid of Men’ author Vivek Shraya reflects on masculinity myths.
Alison Sinkewicz
8.2.18
Religion

Adrift on a River of Penises at India's Maha Kumbh Festival

A female photographer captures the vulnerability of the de-sexualised male body.
S Chak
8.1.18
Decoding Extremism

Learn to Decode the Secret Language of the Incel Subculture

Experts have a tough time with these enraged, sex-obsessed men because they literally can't understand what they're saying.
Allie Conti
6.26.18
crime

Why Crying Is Socially Acceptable for Guys in Crime

Imagine a culture in which dead friends and lost childhoods are the norm.
Mahmood Fazal
5.14.18
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