Among the interesting reads is Constructing Our Own Definition of Masculinity: An Intersectionality Approach by Cristobal Salinas Jr. and Cameron C. Beatty (Iowa State), a talk given at the 2013 ACPA Annual Convention (Las Vegas, NV), entitled "Looking Forward: A Dialogue on College Men and Masculinities."
- Cristobal Salinas Jr. and Cameron C. Beatty (Iowa State): Constructing Our Own Definition of Masculinity: An Intersectionality Approach.
- Peter J. Phillips (USQ): Female Lone Wolf Terrorism: The Economic Analysis of Uniquely Gendered Lived Experiences.
- Ken Pennington (CUA): Women on the Rack: Torture and Gender in the Ius commune.
- From Crime Library, Katherine Ramsland on women who kill (and part 2).
- Alice Robb on why you should be wary of studies that claim men and women's brains are wired differently.
- From New Left Project, Hannah Davies on patriarchy and propaganda; Sam de Boise on patriarchy and the “crisis of masculinity”; and making masculinities: Kevin Guyan on domestic space and the production of patriarchy.
- Women writers are far outnumbered by men in magazines and book reviews, but why? Miriam Markowitz says part of the answer lies in book publishing.
- Mychal Denzel Smith on the normalization of violence against black women.
- Die like a man: Laura Hudson on the toxic masculinity of Breaking Bad.
- Eli Zaretsky on rethinking the split between feminists and the Left.
- Feminism is not for everybody: Jacq Brasseur takes a look at “whitestream” feminism.
- Up close with small-town white rage, with bitter, scary men who feel left behind by economic and cultural change: An excerpt from Angry White Men: American Masculinity at the End of an Era by Michael Kimmel.
- Alice Dreger on why gender dysphoria should no longer be considered a medical disorder.
- Sara Yager on how women change men — as daughters, sisters, wives, and co-workers.
- Carole Pateman on The Sexual Contract twenty-five years later: A response.