A recent study reveals a harrowing figure related to sexual assault on college campuses.
Some legislators are trying to point out just how absurd is the intrusive "uterus-related legislation" that's being pushed by Republicans all over the...
"We can, thankfully, remove one threat to the future existence of the human male from our worry list," Alice Shabecoff writes at Environmental Health News via Scientific American. "The male Y chromosome, after dwindling from its original robust size over millions of years, apparently has halted its disappearing act."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found an 11 percent rise in syphilis and a 4 percent increase in gonorrhea cases in 2012 in the U.S. But what does the XY chromosome have to do with these sexually transmitted diseases?
A recent report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that more than one in four American males taking part in a longitudinal study had endured at least one period of extended unemployment during their working lives.
In the modern-day discussion about misogyny, women are often accused of “reverse sexism.” This is usually because they apply their arguments about gender bias to “all men” and it hurts some people’s feelings. What if that’s the point?
An Italian study found a man's penis size, on average, is 10 percent smaller than it was 50 years ago. According to Rush Limbaugh, the shrinkage must be because of feminism. Obviously.
What a relief to know that men might not be an endangered species with a potential expiration date in only 5 million years, according to a new study published, appropriately (if heavy-handedly), in a journal called Nature. The issue boils down to a predicted, but now contested, process of genetic decay targeting the man-specific Y chromosome.