Grattan Institute research published today shows the average 25-year-old woman who goes on to have a child can expect to earn A$2 million less by the time she is 70 than the average 25-year-old man who becomes a father. For childless women and men, the lifetime gap is about A$300,000.Read more
This article by Jessica Troilo from West Virginia University is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license.Read more
Québec’s provincial insurance plan that provides fathers with paternity leave has had a major impact on fatherhood.
This article by Diane-Gabrielle Trembaly of the TÉLUQ University was originally published at The Conversation.Read more
This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. By Caroline Claussen, University of Calgary.Read more
If more than half of Australian men are concerned about some aspect of their sex lives, we need to closely examine the cultural and political context of male sexuality, says Jennifer Power, Senior Research Fellow at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University. Her article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license.Read more
For the past twenty years or more, the men’s health sector in Australia and around the world has been advocating for more male-friendly services.
One of our central claims as a sector is that men care about their health and will get help when we place more focus on the ways that we give help.
This concept is now being recognised in Africa with experts saying there is an urgent need to tackle institutional “blindness to men’s health” and address the fact that men have a have a greater burden of nearly all major diseases.Read more
Is it time we put more focus on helping new dads to balance work and childcare?Read more