We found some of the most prominent stereotypes of men in film and TV. Some of these are so common, it is hard to think of a male character that isn’t one (or a combination of a few).
Advertising messages are full of stereotypes - for both women and men. Many commercials and ads create a very negative picture of masculinity. Men are taught not to express their emotions, to be dishonest, and to remain isolated from others.
If there's a place in hell for women who don't help one another, there should be a place in heaven for men who promote women's equality. Or so say our friends over at the 3% Movement.
Nobody likes to be put into a stereotype. Women have long suffered the cliches of modern advertising, but a therapist concerned about men's emotional health feels that stereotypes of masculinity are hurting men--and society.
What do a guy from the Bronx, a 70-year-old recently divorced man and a father of six have in common? A new documentary explores the world of female masking--men who transform themselves into dolls by squeezing into wearable female body-suit. Vagina and breasts included.
Meet the Bronies. These are adult male fans of the animated series, "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic." Times are changing and these dudes take their fandom seriously. They have a convention, "BronyCon" and they've inspired two documentaries.
Women can be just as corrupt as the next bribe-taker, says new research. But that's only if corruption is considered okay. However, in countries where dirty-dealing is frowned upon, women tend to obey the rules.
Men want pretty and girls want rich, when it comes to mating. Although people might say they're looking for those qualities, in real life, men and women both like looks and earning power pretty much equally. And they pick people they like.
By Vicki Larson
We're told that men's minds are so immersed in thoughts of sex that it can become a full-time preoccupation. Think of James Bond's sexual exploits, Cola Cola's "bigger is better" campaign, and the folklore that men think about sex every seven seconds (which would amount to more than 8,000 thoughts about sex a day). But according to a recent study from Ohio State University, young men think about sex 19 times per day. They also have other regular, needs-based thoughts about eating and sleeping.