In which we declare it “Man Week” at Newsweek, and try to take our minds off, ahem, larger problems. A roundup:
On this week’s cover, Andrew Romano and Tony Dokoupil argue for “Men’s Lib,” in which men embrace girly jobs and dirty diapers.
Watch them on the Today Show, view a gallery of their favorite ad men, and get Joshua Alston’s take on why, for black men, the goal has never been about pursuing “manly” careers.
Also: the authors of this story, about sexism at Newsweek, argue for feminists to embrace the New Macho.
And Rachel Sklar picks the story apart, piece by piece.
In other news, how ‘bout Peggy’s feminist awakening on Mad Men? Women writers, we wish there were more of you.