Guys really do talk about their thoughts and feelings all the time. Just because it’s not emotive doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
Masculinity and men’s mental health are getting a lot of attention these days, from press to politics to parenting, but is it enough?
Some are uncomfortable with a boy painting his nails or wearing pink, but they don’t have the right to force others to conform to their ideals.
Men, especially fathers, need to do share the burden of fighting toxic masculinity to combat sexual misconduct and harassment.
The Mask You Live In examines how boys and young men struggle to stay true to themselves based on America’s narrow definition of being a “man.”
Mark Greene, executive editor of The Good Men Project, discusses his new book Remaking Manhood: The Modern Masculinity Movement, Stories From the Front Lines of Change.