Your Top Ten Favourite Men’s Network Posts

IF YOU WANT TO FIND OUT WHAT THE MOST POPULAR POSTS ON THE MEN’S NETWORK BLOG ARE THEN LOOK NO FURTHER………HERE’S OUR ALL TIME LIST OF THE TOP TEN MOST POPULAR POSTS IN REVERSE ORDER…….JUST CLICK ON THE TITLES BELOW TO READ THESE POSTS TODAY AND FIND OUT WHY THEY ARE SO POPULAR…..

 

IN JOINT TENTH PLACE ARE TWO POSTS THAT VISITORS TO THE BLOG KEEP CLICKING ON:

* Why equalities has failed men and boys

* The Six Top Sex Abuse Taboos

 

In ninth place is our post reviewing recent articles in the media on new research challenging conventional thinking on the causes of the pay gap that the headline writers called:

* Five Feminist Myths About Gender Equality

 

 

At number 8 is our take on the controversial sacking of Sky Sports commentator Andy Gray for alleged sexism, that we called:

* Phworr, Look At The Sexism On That…….!

 

 

 

At number seven, proving that posts with the words sex, sexism, feminist and feminism are far more popular than posts with headlines like “Gender Inequality In Bowel Cancer Screening Outcomes” is our Open Letter to Dominic Raab MP:

* MP Takes A Stand Against ‘Feminist Bigotry’

 

In sixth place is a review of a BBC Panorama programme on young fathers that we couldn’t post links to on the BBC message board because the headline was TOO rude:

* Attack The Fecking System, Not Feckless Fathers

 

 

At number five is a post that is regularly changing as we keep finding new bits of research to add into the article – though the number of issues we highlight remains the same:

* 13 reasons it’s unlucky to be a man

 

 

In fourth place is a post revealing some fascinating research from The Prince’s Trust revealing that:

* The lack of a male role model can cause depression

 

 

 

 

In third place is probably the least exciting sounding post in the Top Ten list but it’s very exciting for us because it is a short, sharp introduction to our groundbreaking Citywide Strategy For Men and Boys (2011-2014) and people keep clicking on it:

* Read about the world’s first citywide strategy for men and boys by clicking on this link right now

 

At number two is a post that continues to cause a stir by touching on that controversial subject of sexism against men in advertising – this time focussed on a ‘man flu’ ad by Boots The Chemist:

* Is Boots Ad Sexist?

 

AND AT NUMBER ONE………another controversial and often taboo subject – which brought us to the attention of the BBC’s website and continues to bring visitors to The Men’s Network from all over the world:

* BBC Makes A Drama Out Of Male Domestic Violence Victim

HAPPY READING!

About

Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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