But Jurassic World star Chris Pratt thinks both men and women should enjoy being treated like pieces of meat. Asked by Radio 4’s Front Row whether his freshly acquired abs and biceps have opened up new doors for him, the actor responded: “A huge part of how my career has shifted is based on the way that I look, on the way that I’ve shaped my body to look.” Continue reading
This piece is an op-ed written by Joseph Rogers, and originally published on theorion.com. And I update this as a dedication to my missing friend, iDuke, once a victim of sexual assault, and every reader of Kito Diaries, man or woman, who has been violated sexually at one time or another in their lives.
It does not always happen in an alley.
It does not always happen in the dark.
It does not always happen at knifepoint.
It does not always happen in the park.
It always leaves scars.
As difficult as it has been writing this, there’s a point — a perspective, mine and other men’s, that shouldn’t be silent.
One of the greatest men I know once told me if I really wish to make a difference in the world I have to tell my story.
Not the public story I share with others in polite arenas — the real, personal one. Continue reading
Yesterday’s urban male wore a slim-cut pair of pants, perhaps a button-down shirt with a narrow tie. He kept a clean shave, and generally looked tidy. His look was coined “metrosexual.” David Beckham was the poster-child for this breed of men, described as “the biggest metrosexual in Britain” in a 2002 Salon article that helped lead to the term’s popularity. Continue reading