No, Psychologists Aren't 'Declaring War' on Traditional Masculinity
Pacific Standard spoke with a psychologist about new guidelines to improve men's psychological and emotional health.
For Men, a Fear of Being Judged as Inept Incites Sexual Harassment
In a new study, males were more likely to endorse sexually aggressive behavior if they worried they were viewed as incompetent.
To Build More Compassionate Men, Emphasize Their Role as Dads
New research finds men reminded of the notion of fatherhood express less-hostile political views.
Why Lots of Men Conflate Sexual Desire With Consent
New research finds male college students are genuinely confused about their partners' wishes.
Why the Rise of the Bromance Is Worrying for Women
A study reports young men find it more comfortable to open up emotionally to their male friends than to their female lovers.
Veganism: Good for the Planet, Bad for Your Macho Image
New research finds vegans are viewed as less masculine than meat-eaters.
'Vanity Fair' Doesn’t Understand What's Going on With Dating or Tinder
Economic forces, rather than technological ones, are changing the way young people pursue relationships.
How Men’s Emotions Are Preventing Gender Equality at Work
Even men ostensibly committed to gender equality in the workplace often feel threatened by female bosses and act accordingly, according to the latest research.
Why Most Men Think They're Over-Working as Parents When, Quantitatively, This Isn't True
Men constantly over-estimate their performance in the areas of household work and childcare (and just about everything else too) because society congratulates them for doing these things at all.
How to Exploit Male Sexual Competitiveness to Raise Money
If a man donates a disproportionate amount of money to an attractive woman, other men will likely follow suit.
Beyond Bossy or Brilliant: Gender Bias in Student Evaluations of Teaching
We’ve long known that student evaluations of teaching are biased, but what are students really saying when they evaluate their professors in gendered ways?
Couples Want to Lean In Together, But They Need Employers to Change Too
Sheryl Sandberg may be missing the point with her latest #LeanInTogether movement. It's not that men don't want to support their spouses—it's that our workplaces aren't changing fast enough to encourage it.
Use Finger Length—Not Genetics—to Predict Promiscuity
A new study further debunks the myth that men and women inherently think one way about sex. It's more about the size of your fingers, actually.