Trinidad and Tobago, where International Men’s Day began in 1992, is back on the headlines. Psychologist Dexter De Bellotte calls for safe spaces where men can talk about their problems.
Too many women map out their lives with work at the centre and eventually wish they hadn’t, writes author Suzanne Venker. Her inbox, loaded with women’s emails saying they wish someone had told them this sooner, has resulted in an article.
1. Women Don’t Need Men
2. Men and Women Are the Same, Or Gender Is a Social Construct
3. The Biological Clock Isn’t Real
4. A Career Is More Meaningful Than Marriage and Children
Adults who ‘chose’ to reject a parent after separation, struggle today with the impact of that and are in need of therapeutic help to correct psychological distortions and restore balanced vision.
Contrary to popular opinion, often heard as an excuse not to provide men with better support services, is that men don’t like to talk about their problems. Not so, says a new global report commissioned by Movember.
Over three quarters of men (77%) think that talking is an effective way to deal with problems, and 76% believe that talking openly can have a positive impact on mental health.
Japanese women are attacking men in increasing numbers, sometimes fatally.
Overall, Japan has seen a decrease in suicide in recent years. However, for men, there is a distinct increase.
Suicide in the USA has risen 33% since 1999, while globally it has seen a 30% reduction.
Bettina Arndt talks to Ilan Srulovicz about his brave decision to challenge the appalling toxic Gillette masculinity ‘advert’ with his wonderful video promoting the good in men.
If you want to join the boycott, you can download lists of Procter & Gamble products here.
Lesbian and bisexual women are at increased risk of being overweight or obese compared to heterosexual women, according to research from the University of East Anglia and UCL.
We should all be wary of bias against someone because of whatever choices they make in life, so long as those choices don’t affect us. Yet the move from tolerance of alternate sexuality to promotion of it should be stopped, especially now we know that it is damaging to health.
Does the decision not to have a child affect a man’s self-identity? Latest studies suggest that university colleges students not only see childless men and women as less fulfilled, but also see them as more immoral in contrast to their counterparts who have children. The numbers of men deciding to be child-free is increasing. Yet at Read more…
A research study has identified a novel prostate cancer gene fusion involving the KLK4 protein coding gene and KLKP1 pseudogene. This unique biomarker can be detected in the urine samples of patients with prostate cancer, offering a non-invasive means of detection.
Dr. Matt Townsend interviews Rick Belden on the topic of Men and Grief. Audio.