Aisha Josiah asks why some of the men around her are starting to wish they were a member of the ‘fairer sex’ Read More
A sharp hairline is a symbol of status and self-worth
Jeffrey Boakye talks about cutting his own hair and the Black Guy Universe, ie: the barbershop Read More
Brown men belong in documentaries, not fine art: in conversation with photographer Mahtab Hussain
by Jamal Mehmood These are trying times for the subjects of Mahtab Hussain’s latest work. The artist’s series of portraits titled ‘You Get Me?’ is a timely look at young, working class South Asian men, who identify as Muslim. A community that is at once under pernicious state surveillance, as well as increasing intimidation from… Read More
Feminist love will save men too
by Jendella Benson “I hate how women think that they are doing me a favour by having sex with me,” he began. “What about me? My intimacy is just as valuable!” Aside from the bitter edge in his tone, I understood what he meant. I wanted to laugh and tell him that this was one… Read More
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