"How do we reconcile these two versions of a single man?” a columnist asked about fallen-from-grace New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. It’s a question many young men are likely asking about themselves these days.
Brittany Anderson of Phoenix, Ariz., pulled her 12-year-old son out of his school after administrators said his braids were in violation of the grooming and dress-code policy. "My voice will be heard and I will not stop here," she said.
“What made me want to do this was the fact that women in my school get dress-coded for showing a little shoulder or some stomach area,” says Phil Rodriguez.
Never was there a word more likely to insight controversy than the F-word. No not that F-word, I’m talking about feminism. Mention the fact that you’re a feminist and some people will automatically assume that means you’re anti-male. But it isn’t about burning your bra or wanting to live in a man-free bubble, feminism is about equality. Just ask Emma Watson.
When Shona Campbell asked three-year-old, Harry which socks he wanted to wear for nursery that day, he chose his favourite pair patterned with love hearts. Taking to her Facebook page last week, the young mum wrote a heartfelt post supporting her son’s right to wear whatever he wanted.
An image of two strangers — a young man struggling with his necktie and an older man assisting him with it — is going viral for its beautiful simplicity. Facebook user Redd Desmond Thomas captured the moment between the unlikely pair in an Atlanta subway station Saturday. The image depicts the young man seated on the subway platform dressed in business attire and the older man bent over him, teaching him how to wear the accessory. Story: Family Trying to Raise Money to Keep Son’s Service Dog Thomas captioned the image: “The young guy sitting down was struggling with his tie.
I see a lot of women during fashion week—models, editors, actresses. So when I saw boys backstage atOpening Ceremony’s 2015 runway show in New York on Sunday night, I made a beeline. Boys don’t need glam time, I figured, so they’d have plenty of time to chat with mebefore getting suited up . Opening Ceremony designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim wanted “a very easy, breezy androgynous and simple, Sofia Coppola-inspired look,” says Anthony Turner,Bumble & bumble’s lead hairstylist.