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The Boys Initiative

"...Boys are four times as likely to commit suicide than girls between the ages of 15 and 19. They’re also significantly more likely to drop out of school, become homeless, and end up in prison, says Dr. Warren Farrell. ..."

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The Boys Initiative

The mission of The Boys Initiative is to raise awareness about the issues and negative trends affecting the well-being and success of boys and young men in our nation and around the world. If you have a son, the information here is very important to learn.

 

The Man Effect: Defining Masculinity

An eye-opening site let's you learn, and share your thoughts with the world. A unique Masculinity survey helps answer the question, "If you were to describe what it means to be a man, what would it be and why?" This blog writer has been spending years  studying and researching the topic of masculinity and what it means to other men and women. Take the survey and see the results.

 

Jack Kammer: Working Well with Men and Boys

Seeking to do well by doing good, Working Well with Men is a private Social Work agency that promotes Social Justice for boys and men, providing direct services to agencies, schools, organizations and workers. They understand and promote the need for Male Studies.

 

Columbia University Hospital Men's Health

Columbia Health addresses physical, emotional and sexual issues specific to men. They offer medical services for male students, mental health services and peer education and advisory services.

 

New York Presbyterian | Iris Cantor Men's Health Center

The first of its kind in the region, the Iris Cantor Men’s Health Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, is a bright, open and high-tech environment where internists and urologists provide men with full-service health care, from heart rate to the prostate.

 

Postpartum Depression Information for Men

Yes, men do get postpartum depression. It’s a fact that most people – and even many health professionals – don’t know. As a result, most men with postpartum depression suffer in isolation. With PostpartumMen, these dads are no longer alone.

 

Man Therapy

Self-described as "a physical for your feelings, but you get to keep your pants on," this fun and interactive site is useful to any male, regardless of the challenges life puts before him.

 

Santa Fe Boys Educational Foundation

The mission of the Santa Fe Boys Educational Foundation is to broaden the conversation by supporting public discourse, projects, and research to better understand the unique developmental needs of young males.

 

Web MD - Men's Category

Curious about something….private? Not sure if the gear should be doing that? The highly respected WebMD site has an entire sub-domain dedicated to man issues.

 

National Parents Organization

Preserving the bond between parents and children.

 

Great Dads

This site exists because dads don't always think like moms. It's a great online parenting resource with the dad's point of view.

 

The Art of Manliness

If there was only one manly website in the world, this would be it. The articles here are very useful, covering a mass of how-to for the male, as if an old-timer coach was at your side.

 

Men’s Health Network

Men's Health Network (MHN) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to reach men and their families where they live, work, play, and pray with health prevention messages and tools, screening programs, educational materials, advocacy opportunities, and patient navigation.

The Foundation for Male Studies is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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