In the fight between so-called ‘alpha’ and ‘beta’ males it’s sometimes hard to tell who is the ultimate loser.
Doug Mortimer looks at the life of Ernest Hemingway and his relations with the women in his life.
The speech of men is rich with poetic slang in contrast to the verbose prose of women we are so often pressured to emulate.
Modern society chastises men and boys for playing rough sports like football. But would it have it any other way?
The stunning success of Leni Riefenstahl.
War is a racket and the casualties are our men and boys
The indomitable John Barrymore
A walk back in movie history, 1953
Militant enthusiasm is a feature of young and often impressionable minds. Doug Mortimer explores its potential for changing the status quo.
“It ain’t what they call you, it’s what you answer to.” W. C. Fields