Encouraging men to take the risk of expressing tender feelings for others is part of relying on love as a tool of anti-racist and decolonial education.
Jürgen Klopp may have left Liverpool FC but the legacy of his honesty about mental health and wellbeing will endure.
We are witnessing an overdue shift towards normalizing male athletes seeking help and gradually speaking more openly and vulnerably about mental health.
American men see manhood in opposition to womanhood. Danes, on the other hand, see manhood as not acting immaturely, as a boy would.
From ‘starvemaxxing’ and ‘edgemaxxing’ to ‘whitemaxxing’ – young men and boys are being bombarded with a plethora of problematic content online.
The legendary psychoanalyst would encourage us to embrace the feminine at work and at home by resisting the urge to see life as a linear, organised path.
Young Black men are being denied employment for multifaceted reasons, and when they do find work, are often trapped in low-paying jobs.
While tradwives emerge across the political spectrum, a small subculture use their platforms to promote the dark ideas of the far-right – including in Australia.
Host Vinita Srivastava explores why racist, homophobic and sexist attitudes are increasingly showing up in school-age boys – and what we can do about it.
Pup play communities can help tackle problematic ideas about masculinity and provide space for personal development and self-expression.
A new wave of research shows how working-class young men are changing their behaviour. But some remain hostile to the term “toxic masculinity” and see it as a vehicle for shaming men.
Throughout US history, racist attacks against racial minorities were committed by white men grappling with their masculinity and social status.
Gender plays a major role in how mourning is done by the Akan ethnic group of Ghana
‘Performances of virility’ tend to coincide with beliefs that masculinity is either in crisis or under attack.
Fans of women’s sport around the world are rejecting traditional masculine norms of sports fandom, and developing a counter fan culture.
The Barbie movie has caused a media storm, even before the photo of the pink-clad Canadian PM and his son circulated on social media. Much of the conversation has zoned in on men and masculinity.
Though many immigrants join the US military to gain citizenship, other factors such as poverty and sense of belonging also contribute to their decisions.
As the supporting player to Barbie’s star, Ken unwittingly becomes the locus of little girls’ expectations of and frustrations with masculinity.
New research shows that frequent posters appear needy, which pushes up against the expectation that ‘real men’ be stoic and self-sufficient.
And men struggle more than women with female breadwinning arrangements.