We felt it was necessary to compile a list of websites that have done a lot of work and created great content for men to learn from. The following list of websites I recommend to any man to check out and dive into.
They state on their website the following,
"Male Studies is the only group calling for the radical reworking of environments for males. It is the only voice saying that university studies – without equal effort and resources to understand the male in society, economics, education, humanities and biology – is a road not only to extinction of intellectual integrity but to the human species as well."
I hope you take some time to check out this website.
Although some may find him controversial, I have observed that his following does not always accurately represent what he has developed. There are many men out there who lack tools to navigate day to day inter-sexual dynamics with family members, co-workers, and colleagues. I find that the tools Rollo has created and freely provides to his audience helpful. His writings have literally saved lives, so I hope you take a bit to check out his content.
If you are just starting on your journey of asking questions about masculinity and what it means to be a man I find artofmanliness.com to be a great resource for any man. From how to dress to getting ready for an interview Brett the founder of AOM has worked for years to create resources that can help men.
If you haven't gotten a chance yet to check it out take 10-20 mins and dive in there is a plethora of content to check out.
If you are looking to grow in men's style and image check out my buddy Patrick's website. This guy has great content and a genuine heart to help men. He gives very practical advice and if you want help you can hire him to consult you as well. Just tell him that you know Tim!
This is another website that I have come across in my research with superb conversational points and publications. I find the New Male Studies website a great place if you are looking to dive into a more articulated conversation about men.
I feel it is important for men to know that there is a vast amount of work being done out there and this is one of those sites I feel necessary to note.
Movember is a great organization working hard to help men all around the globe. They have this statement on their website that appropriately represents who they are in our opinion.
"Our fathers, partners, brothers and friends face a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. Men are dying too young. We can’t afford to stay silent."
So, if you are looking for practical ways to plug into your community and help fund change this is a great place to start. Check them out!!!!