The Good Men Project, a website that describes itself as "a glimpse of what enlightened masculinity might look like in the 21st century," recently posted a story about a "nice guy" (the female writer, a friend, pinky-swears he's an angel!) who raped a woman while she was sleeping and a first-person account from an…
A letter to my brother, and all his college friends:
College is awesome, right? No parents, no curfew, no rules, and there are girls everywhere. It is an alcohol-fueled, school-spirit-enhanced buffet of ladies, and it's hard not to want to sample everything on the menu. So you should!
Maybe you've heard a line like this at a party or in a bar, from a man to a woman he barely knows: "You have a pretty face, but you'd be even prettier if you'd lose the bangs."
There's this cultural image of what it means to be female, and good in bed. The image includes a lot of behavioral stuff: the way you squirm, the way you moan, being Super Excited about everything the guy wants to do, and Always Being Up for It — whatever "It" is. When people think about "good in bed," for a woman,…
I've got a big penis. This is my tale of woe.
Google "penis myths" and you get over 2.2 million results. That tells you something about the power and pervasiveness of half-truths and outright lies about the male sex organ. But some of those myths are more damaging than others. In the interest of pleasure, of happiness, of education and fun, here are our Top Five…
For some time, Esquire-tag line: "Man at His Best"-has featured a section called "Women We Love." I went online to see some of the women "men at their best" are in love with.
A bunch of men's websites have sprung up to teach men how to be "better." They're a step ahead of Maxim — but are they just as bad as ladymags?
Before Tom Forrister transitioned to male, no one asked him to fix a broken car or a jammed printer. Now he's the go-to guy.
A meditation on becoming a man got us thinking about the girl/woman divide — and how we know when we've crossed it.
My wife recently bought me an electric razor. After years of shaving my feminine legs with Gillette Venus disposables, I gaze upon this emblem of our technologically advanced society with awe and wonder.
Magazines aimed at twentysomething guys lean heavily toward boobs, beer, and boorishness — will young men pick up a title about "career advancement, finances and family life" instead?