Resources for men, about men and most often provided by men. Gatherings of men, social and political issues controversies about men and their rights, men's publications, etc.
Do NOT submit adult sites, commercial sites, or personal home pages here.
If your site contains adult content, submit it to a category of Adult.
If your site is commercial, submit it to a category of Shopping.
Please DO NOT submit personal home pages here. Instead, submit them to Personal Homepages. Exceptions include personal pages limited to the subject of Men''s Rights or Fathers'' Rights. Such sites may be submitted here (Men''s Rights) or here (Fathers'' Rights).
The sites in this category are intended to be for and about bachelors.
This sub-category, like all the Society: People: Men categories does not accept Adult
material of any kind. Please instead submit such sites to the relevent Adult section. Please also read the name of the sub-category.
As usual in the Mens categories, Personal Homepages do not belong here.
The sites in this category are intended to be for and about bachelors. Dating and matchmaking sites belong in Dating.
Sites offering chat rooms, IRC channels, messageboards and other discussion forums for men.
The mythopoetic (or expressive) men's movement draws inspiration for the modern man from myth, music, poetry, therapies, and spiritual traditions. These sites are for gatherings, councils and other groups in the mythopoetic tradition.
This category is for sites dealing with social and political issues and controversy about or for men.
Web sites about discrimination against men in employment practices.
Throughout history, most cultures have marked the rite of passage from boyhood into manhood through initiations. However, traditional initiation practices are largely absent from the modern industrial West. This category is for sites related to rites of initiation for men, their role in society and their impact on men.
Both academic and other sites which provide findings, research, and studies of men and the issues affecting men. Includes treatments of men and masculinity in history, theater and film, literature and cultural studies.
Please only submit web sites in this directory which are written either wholly or with an option of the English Language. Sites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in the World directory.
This category (and any subcategories) are for individual Round Table web sites, and for district and national collectives of the organisation.
This category accepts a wide range of publications, including commercial sites with content for Society/Men.
Find the single most appropriate category for your site. (With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only.) Suggest your site using your main url. Use your site''s actual title. Create a brief description. (under 25 words) Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us). Don''t bother using marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, the most beautiful women, lowest prices, ) Marketing verbiage is removed. Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added. All sites are reviewed periodically. Sites in the directory are subject to changes in placement, description and possible removal from the directory, based on this review.
All sites suggested are reviewed by the directory''s editors. Sites are listed by the site''s actual title, followed by a brief description. This description will be based on the review of the website. Sites will be placed in the most applicable category based on our review.
Sites related to the issues involving men's interpersonal and intimate relationships.
Do not submit personal ad sites, dating tips sites, sites on how to pick up women, etc.
For sites offering workshops and courses for men and boys.