Category Archives: Men Expressing Feelings

The silent epidemic of male suicide

“A lack of public awareness and too few explanatory frameworks and preventive efforts specifically targeting male suicide have made a major public health problem largely invisible.” Continue reading

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The masculinity debate: no wonder men stay out of it

“Men who fear ridicule from women for talking about masculinity understandably clam up. Matriarchy has a lot to answer for.” Continue reading

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Men don’t have it all, either

“Can women have it all? That seems to be the question of the moment. And it is a rather ridiculous question if you ask me, because it implies that men have it all.” Continue reading

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Guns don’t kill people — our sons do

“…[O]ur daughters are able to find the same guns in the same homes, are about as likely to be mentally ill, have the same family values and are exposed to the same violence in the media. Our daughters, however, do not kill. Why the difference?” Continue reading

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Audio interview of Dr. Warren Farrell, on “The Myth of Male Power”

Commenter: “Absolutely riveting!!! Exhaustive, profoundly informative, insightful, powerful and deeply disturbing. I’m a traditional man who tried to be the best dad and husband possible, only to be rewarded with the complete destruction of my life and family. Now I understand what happened and I can never be suckered again….” Continue reading

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The Love/Respect Dynamic

“It’s less true now than in the past, yet, even today, both sexes are apt to find that developing qualities too closely associated with the opposite sex only works against them.” Continue reading

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U.S. Open Male Tennis Players Receive Unequal Treatment

Men in general are as timid about asking for gender equality as black Americans were about asking for racial equality before the 1960s. Continue reading

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Nobody Likes a Modest Man (But in Women, Modesty is Okay)

Why do feminists ignore the flip side to their complaint that men can be assertive but women can’t? Ignoring such flip sides contributes to the Great Gender Divide. Continue reading

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My Personal Experiences in Gender Land

I don’t know about you, but my experiences in genderland do not match those spelled out by feminists and their supplicants in the media. Continue reading

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Beyond macho: defining a man’s world

The hurtful stereotype: “The physical, political, and economic power that a small percentage of men do wield renders women ‘either unwilling or unable to see men as fully human beings, people who can indeed be hurt both individually and collectively.’” Continue reading

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