Senior advisors to Donald Trump are believed to be designing a number of scenarios in which the president would resign before the November 3 election, according to an alleged leaked memo.
Voice Male magazine stands in solidarity with African Americans, other peoples of color, and white allies around the U.S. and the world as we confront the unconscionable and needless murder of George Floyd. His brutal, racist killing on May 25 is just the latest manifestation of white supremacy culture and rampant anti-blackness, the 401 year-old … Continue reading No Time for Silence
I’ve been made aware of some anonymous but apparently real insider GOP analysis that I believe is of value as we proceed in this troubled election season.
The stakes were high at the trial in February; they are hundreds of times higher today.
Mike Pence for president. While in normal circumstances I would never endorse him, between now and January 20, 2021, I think he should have the job.
It is not news that Trump won 62 percent of the white male vote, and 66 percent among white men without a college degree. If [Democrats] could speak to many of these men, they might be able to peel off a few million votes—what could be the margin of victory in November’s election. — Andrew … Continue reading Will White Working-Class Men Be the Voting Bloc That Helps to Defeat Trump?
It’s not too late for a Men’s New Year’s Resolution: to show up in even greater numbers at this year’s Women’s March than ever before. Wherever they’re being held in Washington, DC or Anchorage, Alaska, let’s encourage men to march for gender equity, and to transform manhood…
There is a struggle under way between light and shadow along the continuum of contemporary masculinity. At one end—the light—is the integrated healthy life of men like my friend and colleague Steve Trudel, a gifted counselor and social worker who was relational, engaged and loving. On the other end—the shadow in every sense— are men … Continue reading A Bright Light in Dark Times
Voice Male editor Rob Okun says he has written versions of the commentary below more than 10 times over the years. After Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois, Aurora, Colo., Roseburg, Ore., Oak Creek, Wisc., Santa Barbara, Sutherland Springs, Tex., Las Vegas, and Orlando. The locations change, but the outline of the events remains the … Continue reading Gender Belongs at Center of the Gun Debate
The old bumper sticker, “Keep Your Laws Off of My Body” isn’t old and isn’t a bumper sticker…