Men’s Issues

The Impetuous Battle of Good vs. Good

This manifests within our own lives as a desire to simplistically define both our perceived enemies and ourselves within two constricting ethical boxes that necessarily must be eternally set against one another. One is labeled ‘Good,’ and the other ‘Evil.’ The effect is to contrive a setup that would be deserving of any story worth being told.

How we kill Johnny

“I know I doan make a dime what she don’t spend right away. Sometime she spend it on some other guy. But I can’t help it. Every time she call my name I got to come runnin’. Lord never made a bigger fool than me.”

Michael Kimmel Defends NOMAS, Misandry and the Promotion of Bigotry

Recently I posted an open letter to Dr. Robert Brannon of the National Organization of Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) regarding their upcoming conference on men and masculinity.  The letter was also sent to Dr. Brannon via Email. In it, I expressed concerns over what appears to be positions and activities by NOMAS that are in diametric opposition …

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Dockers Ad Campaign a Good Fit, With Some Alterations

“We can thank Levi Strauss & Co. for a new Dockers ad campaign that weaves sexism and homophobia into a pitch for pants,” says The Boston Herald’s Lauren Beckham Falcone. Similar sentiments are being echoed in print media across the nation and scathing condemnations have gone viral on the internet, particularly on feminists websites. “It’s time …

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