A young man like Jack Peterson, a self-described ‘incel,’ seems not so much a product of toxic masculinity as a failure of masculinity itself.
Mandy Stadtmiller is a New York-based writer whose work has appeared in the New York Post, Des Moines Register, Sun-Sentinel, Village Voice, In These Times, Maxim, Men's Health and Washington Post. She is the author of Unwifeable, a memoir from Simon & Schuster Gallery Books. Follow her on Twitter @mandystadt.
‘My warp-speed career in personal memoir I claimed to be the ultimate act: making myself as terrifying to men as possible.’
A congressman has introduced legislation to ban child sex dolls and robots, while some pedophilia experts are torn about whether they can help or harm. (Warning: Graphic content.)
Jill Messick, a film producer and the former manager of Rose McGowan, took her own life after being subjected to a torrent of online abuse over Harvey Weinstein.
The city’s first female mayor, Megan Barry, just confessed to a long-running affair with a subordinate. It’s complicated, and weirdly on trend right now.
The celebrated comic opens up to pal Mandy Stadtmiller about drug addiction, his split from Howard Stern, comedy creeps Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari, and much more.
There’s just one real trend: Bullshitting. We are all bullshitting ourselves.
Your kid could be your ticket to likes, fame, and money. Or your kid could be your kid.
A talk with the anonymous entertainment lawyer who’s called out some of Hollywood’s biggest creeps.
In today’s recovery industry, what many people think of as ‘rehab’ is about as far from the prestigious environment of the Betty Ford Center as you can get.