Entries in Gender & Masculinities (170)


Blooming Beards | 2016 Calendar

Twelve beards, twelve men. One calendar, one cause. $2 from your purchase of this calendar will be donated to Men's Health Australia, helping to raise awareness of the social and psychological health and wellbeing of men and boys. So thanks!

For sale at $25 exclusively through Le Flâneur Artisan Boutique, 4/290 Crown Street Wollongong, NSW. PH: 0431 151 441.

Here are the links to the store's Instagram ( & Facebook ( pages, where you can get in contact with Le Flâneur about postage of calendars if you are not local to the area.


Talk About Men: International Men's Day Masculinity Debate now online | YouTube video | SoundCloud audio

The International Men's Day Masculinity Debate, presented by Talk About Men, was a wonderful evening full of stimulation discussions.

The event is now online at the following locations:

You can listen to the entire unedited audio of the event on Soundcloud at

Pete Nicholls' introduction (Dads in Distress) is up as a YouTube video at

Nic Tovey's talk (Soulcraft) is up as a YouTube video at

Greg Andresen's talk (One in Three Campaign) is up as a YouTube video at You can also read a transcript at

Tanveer Ahmed's talk (psychiatrist, author and local politician) is up as a YouTube video at


Talk About Men: International Men's Day Masculinity Debate

To mark International Men's Day in Sydney on Thursday 19th November 2015, five great speakers will debate the question:

"If masculinity is in crisis, what needs to change, men or society?"

The speakers will include:

  • Greg Andresen of the One in Three campaign for male victims of family violence
  • Nic Tovey, founder of Soulcraft which providers coaching and counselling for men
  • Greg Millan, men's health specialist and President of the Men's Health Forum NSW
  • Tanveer Ahmed, psychiatrist, author and local politician 
  • Dave Merrick, teacher

Anyone who's got a personal or professional interest in men's issues in Australia will want to come along and take part in this lively discussion, which will include a Q&A session where audience members get to have their say.

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What do you think women’s genitals should look like?


What do men think women’s genitals should look like? Why should anyone care?

Because women are having pieces cut off their genitals to make them conform to an idealised standard that’s been likened to a Barbie doll: smooth, hairless, and barely visible.

Do you have preferences for “innies” or “outies”, hair or no hair, and do you tell your partner about your preferences? We would like to invite men (and women) to participate in a national survey about their attitudes to women’s genitals.

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EMALE Issue 135 (June 2014)

In this month's issue:

Being a man in 2014 by Dr Peter West

Men’s Health Week June 9 - 15, 2014

Budget causes unnecessary long term pain

back pain - visit the Back Cave

news briefs

  • Men’s magazine reading linked to unwanted sexual behaviors
  • Beer based shampoo for men
  • Western Bulldogs launch 1.2 million Sons of the West men’s health program.

future events