A conversation with historian Kristin Du Mez about motherhood and writing, Christian Nationalism, masculinity and patriarchy in evangelicalism, and more
Some readers will find Lyndal Roper’s new book unsettling. That might be a good thing.
How American evangelicalism baptized male aggression
James Crews's poetry is at once ecstatic, skeptical, and hopeful.
Books can’t singlehandedly destroy toxic masculinity. But they can chip away at it.
Films about struggling moms and toxic masculinity should challenge traditional gender roles, not applaud them.
The media have been ablaze with stories of police brutality, campus rape, military conflict, and mass murder. Stan Goff insists on a single thread: masculinity.
Megan McArdle thinks that gun-control measures wouldn't accomplish much but that training kids to run at a shooter instead of away might. That's a weird payoff at the end of a 4,500-word post, but it's not as offensive as Charlotte Allen's argument.
Men and the church are often at odds. Sadly, many of the reasons researchers give for this are as insulting as they are misguided.