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Manly Ads 2013

Another year, another “Manly Ads” compilation. This of course is the 2013 version of my yearly examination of male targeted advertising. Have a look and see what themes stand out to you, especially compared to last year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij5ZG7IN_eM   […] Read More

I was invited to participate in another HuffPost Live discussion, this time about domestic violence. More specifically, Nigella Lawson’s husband grabbing her throat at a restaurant. You can watch it here: HuffPost Live: Are We Afraid To Interfere When Couples Fight?   […] Read More

HuffPost Live Discussion

I recently participated in a broadcast panel discussion on Huffington Post Live on the media’s coverage of the Steubenville rape trials and the way people view victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. I had a great time and the discussion, which lasted about 30 minutes, was lively and interesting. Don’t fret if you missed […] Read More

Announcing: How Manly!

It’s with great pleasure that I announce the launch of my blog: How Manly! The goal of How Manly is to shine a critical light on masculinity in the media and other parts of our culture, but mostly in the media (video games, TV, movies, advertising, etc). As the creator of How Manly, I’ll be […] Read More

Manly Ads 2012

2012 has come to end end which means it’s time for another one of my Manly Ads compilations! You can watch my latest compilation video on my Youtube Channel. I’ve also posted it below for your convenience. As always please feel free to use this video in your classrooms or in any other educational setting […] Read More

NPR Interview

Just before the CBIM Alaska training began, I received a call to participate in an on-air discussion about the Steubenville, Ohio rape case. Filling in for one of my MVP colleagues, I was interviewed by WESA, an NPR affiliate in Pittsburgh, PA who’s show Essential Pittsburgh was hosting a special episode on the case. On with […] Read More

On January 9th I co-facilitated a Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) training with a group of high school coaches from various parts of Alaska. This was a follow-up training to the one done in August, this time with more coaches, all of whom seemed excited to take the program back to their local communities […] Read More