Articles or Book Reviews about or concerning published works relating to men.
Elijah Peterson (January 14, 2009) I will have to say that at first glance I was a bit turned off by Super Seduction Power. The name turned me off right off the bat and I was quick to dismiss the series of books as the same mumbo-jumbo that all of us have read in hopes of trying to trick, manipulate or otherwise coerce our girlfriends, wives, ex girlfriends, ex wives and any other woman that we have anything to do with .. (Mens)
Adam Hansen (December 10, 2008) "The Expectant Father" was the first book I purchased when I found out I was going to be a new dad. Written by two magazine and newspaper contributors, Armin A. Brott and Jennifer Ash, the book lays down a solid foundation for clueless dads-to-be looking to grasp the fundamentals of their new situation. The authors do a really great job of covering basic pregnancy information from the .. (Mens)
Ronald Standerfer (December 03, 2008) A New Paradigm for Masculinity Michael Taylor makes no bones about the intent of his book “A New Conversation with Men. " It is nothing less than to create a new paradigm of masculinity in this country. He says so in the very first paragraph of Chapter One. By that, he means that some of the old ways of being a man in society no longer work. “What is needed, " he says, " are . (Mens)
Otto Kreistler (September 26, 2008) Women are often an enigma to us men. Sometimes they are for us the ultimate protectors, nourishers and lovers. We feel that every second that they are on this Earth with us, breathing the same air and living under the same sky, we are complete. But there are other times when we view women as bringers of misfortune, as malevolent witches, seducers and a great man's ultimate downfall. .. (Mens)
Albert Nel (September 26, 2008) We've all read a book that was good. It makes you reflect on your life for a second or two. Time well spent. Then you sometimes read a book that's a real winner and you take something from it that you make part of your everyday life. Then you sometimes read a book that is just so “out there" that you're pretty sure if you should implement what it teaches you'll be violating .. (Mens)
Michale Anderson (July 22, 2008) The problem with writing articles is that it forces you to take a small piece of something complicated and say a little about it. In a book you have more space to explore the issues at length - which neatly bring me to Impotence: a Cultural History by Angus McLaren, Chicago Press, 2007. This is a fascinating historical survey of cultural attitudes towards impotence through the ages. It .. (Mens)
Lewis Hoover (June 30, 2008) Mari Jo Tyler wrote Seduction With Humor to inform and instruct single men how to use humor to seduce women. Tyler is a well-known intimacy therapist and comedian. In Seduction With Humor, she takes a look at the seduction of women by men from the woman's point of view and shows the men who read the book all of the mistakes that they are making in the seduction process from the woman's . (Mens)