Before Boris Johnson got the Prime Ministership via 0.13% of the British population, he attended Eton, a school that educates 6% of Britain but has produced 74% of their leaders.
A study of young Australians has illuminated their views of sex, gender and relationship control. The findings are not good.
According to numerous sources, more men are having less sex. The reasons why are a matter of discussion.
With the Gillette ad firmly in the zeitgeist, it’s best that we register the response we had to it, and whether we learned anything.
Today, a man pissed off the world by claiming that women over 50 are unloveable. I think men under 40 are exactly the same.
Despite the concerted push of good men seeking change for women, the entirety of the movement is based on the same marginalisation we’re fighting. Speaking for us is not the same as giving us a voice.
With the old tenets of masculinity being swept away, we have a chance to change. What men need are examples to follow, and they’re certainly out there.
Despite our greater awareness, it seems that our breeding still holds true, and the most dominating, tall men are still favoured.
Paired with the Eurydice Dixon memorial being vandalised was the familiar good guy denial. Again we’ve missed the point. We need to educate our own.
According to a recently published UK study, use of essential oils might be enabling the abnormal growth of breasts in young boys.
I, like many men, have felt unfairly targeted and thought #NotAllMen. However, now that I’ve learned the meaning behind the rhetoric, guys, we need to have a chat.
As domestic violence is a complex issue, the full discussion is often not heard. One local organisation is quietly helping the male victims of the national crisis, and I endeavoured to meet them.
As the hideous narratives of everyday sexual abuses women face continue to emerge, we men need to think on our own actions. We’re all culpable. Our silence is what needs to change, and we all need to get better.
Consider it official. Thanks to the findings of a recent study, those men rate themselves a ‘decent seven’ a barely a ‘five’.
Despite my expertise and reputation in my job, I fall victim to the lumbering hands of mansplaining. Enough has been enough for years, but what now?
Alexandra Tselios gets first-class dating advice from the ‘glamorous, hilarious and outrageous Pucci-clad’ Pam Ann, aka comedienne Caroline Reid.