- Sam de Boise (York): Learning to Be Affected: Masculinities, Music and Social Embodiment.
- Stephen Burrell (Tampere): The Invisibility of Men's Practices: A Discourse Analysis of Gender in Domestic Violence Policy.
- Joanna Schroeder on violence in the everyday lives of our boys.
- Why are boys so lonely and violent? Niobe Way on the friendship crisis.
- With a sequel to Fight Club on the way, are men still suffering the same anxieties and frustrations which inspired the original story two decades ago?
- Americans think they’re smarter than the average American — rich white guys think this most of all.
- The Louis C.K. Effect: Jesse Singal on why overweight men have higher status than overweight women.
- John Burnside on why men avoid growing up.
- How to Pick Up Girls!, the PUA community's foundational text, is a deeply disturbing portrait of male entitlement.
- “Feminism is a sexual strategy”: Inside the angry online men’s rights group.
- At what was billed as the first annual international conference on men’s issues, feminists were ruining everything (and more).
- Men’s rights conference host Paul Elam says women who drink and dance are “begging” for rape.
- Meet Marilyn D. York, female men’s rights attorney.
- In praise of the “beta male”: Tracy Clark-Flory on how sensitive, nurturing, conflict-averse communicators make great partners.
- Yes, men, you can be feminists — but it’s actually really hard work.
- Noah Berlatsky on a short history of male feminism: From Frederick Douglass and John Stuart Mill to today's scholars, there are plenty of men who, despite their flaws, have helped advance women's liberation.
- Men as feminist allies: 35 practical tools for men to further feminist revolution.
- “It's not a contradiction for men to discriminate against other men”: An interview with Adam Jones, author of Gender Inclusive: Essays on Violence, Men, and Feminist International Relations.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Omnivore - Men's Issues
From Bookforum's Omnivore blog, this collection of links on men's issues should give you plenty to read for a Sunday afternoon.