We are pleased to bring our readers our tenth anniversary issue, Volume Ten, Issue One,  2021 of New Male Studies - An International Journal. As with many other enterprises over the course of 2020/21, the NMS too has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and so this first issue for 2021 has been a little delayed. However, we have taken the opportunity to ugrade the engine that controls the Journal as well as make a few cosmetic changes. Regular readers may notice a change to the the website font and layout with several layout bugs now rectified and the biography of each author also now appearing on the abstract page of the website.  

As is usual, in this issue the Journal  publishes articles on a variety of topics each enriching our understanding of maleness, and of boy's and men's embodied experience. In this issue, we  have  contributors from the UK, the USA and Denmark. We hope you find the content  thought-provoking as authors challenge currently accepted wisdom and traditional schools of thought as they explore topics that enrich the contemporary understanding of maleness. As always the authors present their positions with well-reasoned argument underpinned by considered thought, sound evidence and in selected cases, lived experience.

It should be noted note that the opinions expressed by the authors herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Journal Editorial team. Papers offered here are presented in the spirit of open, evidence-based dialogue regarding gender, relationships and related issues.

We hope you enjoy reading the eclectic mix of articles in this issue of the Journal.


Previous issues of the Journal are available here.

Submission Guidelines are available here.

NMS Bulletin available here.

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Published: 2021-08-23


Refereed Articles

Brief Contributions

Analysis and Opinion

Book Reviews

Photo Feature