I interview writer, scientist and advocate for transgender issues Kaya Wilson about everything from shaving and body hair to sexuality’s inherent connection to the aesthetics of male hair. And if I do say so myself, it’s a fantastic chat.
The time has finally come for Jeremy and I to do a podcast together, where we talk about why we do this work, what sort of work that is, and what our latest theme, ‘Hair & Masculinity’, means to us.
Paul Mitchell is a writer, poet, author and academic whose work interrogates Australian masculinity, violence and the ways people can heal.
“Funnily enough, after opening up, I felt more empowered as a man than I have ever felt in my life. Facing fear and overcoming it led to a strength I did not know I had.”
There’s a new generation of fathers out there. We speak with one as though he’s a proxy for all the others.
What does mental health mean to me? Ashley Thomson sets out in a slightly late, slightly truncated episode to answer this question for himself.
“My decision to present these men in the way that I did was a way of emphasising the problem of subjectivity – whether we can ever truly know the ones we love.” The author of The Love of a Bad Man on the familiarity of manipulation and the cold, close places where masculinity and femininity find each other.