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Millennial Men

3 Spring Fashion Trends Even the Pickiest Millennial Men Will Try

Kara Kamenec | Posted 05.20.2015 | Style
Kara Kamenec

Although there are countless runways of glamorous men's fashion trends for spring, don't expect millennial men to invest in the edgiest outfit or trendiest look.

Here's What Your Millennial Boyfriend Really Wants for Valentine's Day

Kara Kamenec | Posted 04.10.2015 | Style
Kara Kamenec

How do you properly buy a Valentine's Day gift for a Millennial boyfriend? Creatively, using your outside-of-the-box thinking cap and taking some advice from guru's in the Millennial men's commerce space.

5 Tips Millennial Men Need to Survive Family Holidays

Kara Kamenec | Posted 01.23.2015 | Healthy Living
Kara Kamenec

We're a generation that has learned to quickly use our phones to distract ourselves from uncomfortable situations, and instantly block, de-friend, or delete those who don't make us happy. But when it comes to our family, we're stuck with no digital tools of assistance.

8 Quirky Things Millennial Men Will Try to Better Themselves in 2014

Kara Kamenec | Posted 03.11.2014 | Healthy Living
Kara Kamenec

Men do try to better themselves as part of their New Year's resolutions and to learn the latest ways I've consulted AskMen editors who provided some wacky, innovative, and clever methods from their annual 12 Days To Be A Better Man series.

The New 'Slacker' Millennial Guy

Joan Williams | Posted 01.23.2014 | College
Joan Williams

Younger men increasingly want schedules that work around family needs -- just as women have been demanding for years.

Men 2020

Dr. Peggy Drexler | Posted 04.13.2013 | Health News
Dr. Peggy Drexler

Where is the accommodation and adjustment taking the world of men? If the old model of masculinity has outlived its shelf life, what will the new one look like?

Don't Write Men Off Just Yet

Dr. Peggy Drexler | Posted 03.31.2013 | Women
Dr. Peggy Drexler

For many years, I faithfully drank eight glasses of water a day. I was told it was good for me. I never really knew who first said that, or why. Now I find out that it's just a rough guideline from a 1945 government report; which also pointed out that we get most of the water we need from just eating food. I'm beginning to wonder if the same thing is happening in that turbulent new arena of gender handicapping: that women are rising and men are toast -- their masculine roles as fire starter and bear killer usurped by a new age of female power. Like the water rule, it's been repeated so often, we've come to accept it as fact. But also like the water rule, conventional wisdom about the decline of men ignores an important qualifier.