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The Men's Style Trend That's Kicking Metrosexuals To The Curb

The Huffington Post | Kira Brekke | Posted 01.08.2015 | Style

The rise of the metrosexual male in the early 2000s embraced a highly-tailored and sculpted look among men. But a more rustic presentation is taking o...

'Do You Shave Your Chest?'

Mark Simpson | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Mark Simpson

Why do so many men shave their chests now? Because, as I told the skeptical Army doctor, it shows off muscle definition. That's to say: It shows off. Now that metrosexuality is pretty much "normal," young men think nothing of wanting to be sexy. To be hot.

Toronto Columnist Under Fire For Lamenting Affection Between Men

Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

A Canadian columnist is facing a blogsophere backlash after writing an op-ed in which she lamented what she perceives as an increase in physical affec...

Fag Up!

Mark Simpson | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Mark Simpson

Here's a red-blooded idea. Whenever you hear "man" or "he" or "guy" or "bro" strapped onto the front of some word in a desperate attempt to try and butch it up and banish the inner sissy, just replace it with "fag."

10 Signs He's a High Maintenance Boyfriend

Emily Bracken | Posted 09.12.2011 | Comedy
Emily Bracken

With the overwhelming acceptance of metrosexuality, men who once feared being ridiculed for their highmay ways are stepping out of their walk-in closets onto the well-manicured path blazed by their sartorially-inclined cousins.

Mark Simpson and Caroline Hagood on Wo-Metrosexuality and the City

Caroline Hagood | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Caroline Hagood

The most oft-repeated cliché about Sex and the City is that "They're not really women. They're gay men." Of course, this is palpably untrue.

Ask Michael Cohen: Anthony's Secret

Michael Cohen | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Michael Cohen

I would be worried if I was a heterosexual woman and my boyfriend had an underwear collection that had him traipsing around the house like Giselle. Yeah, its a problem. Plain and simple.

Bruno and Bromances: Modern Masculinity Goes to the Movies

Caroline Hagood | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Caroline Hagood

There seems to be two opposing forces powering films of late: an desire to pay tribute to the unique relationship that exists between men and a fear that this relationship may contain homosexual undertones.