Male Stigma: Emotional and Behavioral Effects of a Negative Social Identity on a Group of Canadian Men -This qualitative research explores the experience of 16 Canadian
men who believe they were stigmatized due to their sex. The study concludes that the experiences of these participants
are consistent with social stigma involving assumptions of male violence and inadequacy with respect to the care of children.
Men & Boys and the Ethical Demand for Social Justice -Inarguable and fully-referenced proof of what the Foundation for Male Studies has been fighting for since its inception.
For Every 100 Girls... -UPDATED-
Useful compilation comparing male to female health and education issues.
This is the full presentation transcript from the presentation on troubled young men, that took place end of February, 2017. Includes observations, the decline, Title IX, challenges and opportunities.
This special issue on Boys at Risk: Indicators from 0-5 developed out of a conference convened in Santa Fe, New Mexico in November 2015.
Changes in these statistics has reversed decades of progress in mortality and is unique to the United States; no other rich country has seen a similar turnaround.
Tim Patten eloquently spells out the difference between men’s and male studies. Feminist theory or empirical science?
A comprehensive review - after divorce
Guy Facts (70 pages, 3.7 MB)
A Fact Sheet by Tom Mortensen, entitled What's Wrong with the Guys?
A report by the Chief Medical Officer of Northern Health proves there are may troubled males in Northern Canada.
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