States will be given vaccine doses from the federal stockpile, but supplies of the safest type are limited.
In light of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, advocates from all sides of the issue have called for men to be part of the conversation. The Times heard from hundreds who wanted to share their stories.
After more than a decade of chaos and war, fed-up Libyans are clamoring for peace — and making clear they’ve had enough violence: “We want to taste life, not death.”
We must dismantle the grandfathered-in systemic advantages that male athletes and male-dominated sports infrastructures continue to enjoy.
Most of us with absent fathers think, “What about me?” We rarely stop to ask, “What about him?”
For people grieving a loss or facing thoughts “about what could have been or what may never be,” there are ways to find solace.
For me, fatherly affection came from coaches and the men in my Black Baptist church.
Private Jonathan Warnock was a walking sermon.
How to put up obstacles to young men with dark dreams.
What men risk losing if Roe falls.
Have you been in the position of supporting or objecting to a woman’s decision to end a pregnancy?
A promo for an upcoming Fox show describes a testosterone “calamity” among American men, along with an unlikely treatment.
More than ever it has become deadly to be homeless in America, especially for men in their 50s and 60s.
“What I ask myself all the time is, ‘What is a man?’” says Edoardo Beniamin, a trans man training to join his father’s profession as a gondolier.
A group of conservative men spoke with Times Opinion about what it’s like to be a man in America today, touching on cancel culture, race and gender.
The research is thin, but anecdotal experience suggests that the right dose and delivery method can make a positive difference for some people.
Adrian Lyne used to make deranged romps animated by conservative masculine anxieties. By the time of “Deep Water,” his muse — the all-powerful white man — had lost his grip.
A large study in Britain found two specific windows of adolescence when some teenagers are most sensitive to social media.
Boys from working-class families benefit from the social capital that religious belief can provide.
The film “All My Friends Hate Me” satirizes anxiety and paranoia among upper-class British millennials. Its writers say they are laughing at themselves most of all.
A social media diet of perfect bodies is spurring some teenage boys to form muscle dysmorphia.
A woman in Ukraine and other writers express their horror and discuss how other countries should respond. Also: Anna Netrebko; erectile problems; retirement.
Plaintiffs had hoped the Court of Appeal would overturn the colonial-era law. Instead, the top court said it was not “an architect of social policy” and that any change was up to Parliament.
Colonialist conceptions of gender have long sought to erase more expansive views. But a new generation is making work that honors their cultures’ beliefs on their own terms.
Sex differences in Covid death rates vary widely from state to state, suggesting they are rooted in behavior as well as biology.
Responses to an essay that urged the U.S. to cooperate with the Taliban to save Afghan lives. Also: Justice Gorsuch, maskless; toxic masculinity.
From bad boyfriends to Jan. 6 rioters, men are using the language of vulnerability as a cudgel, feigning emotional fragility to retain power and dominance.
The intense public discussion of burnout during the pandemic has given too little attention to how men experience this problem.
After slow gains in women’s rights, the country is facing a type of political correctness enforced by young men angry at feminists, saying they undermine opportunity.
The masculinity campaign is a way for the Chinese Communist Party to distract from its inability to address economic and social issues.
The singer’s brand of machismo may have frayed, but for many, he was the ideal of what it means to be hard-working, hard-loving Mexican man.
The Missouri senator is tapping into something real — a widespread, politically potent anxiety about young men that is already helping the right.
N.F.L. teams have standardized support for mental wellness as their players fight social stigmas and the league’s “just play through it” ethos.
New research is solving mysteries linked to the La Almoloya burial site and revealing a genetic history of an ancient European people.
A new book examines how Black civil rights leaders, jazzmen, artists and writers rewrote the sartorial codes of a largely white elite.
An elaborate style, made popular by young men on TikTok, has ancient roots.
Overconfidence is bad, and women are less likely to fall victim to it.
A reader, whose significant other is ready for a new wardrobe, asks for guidance in searching for staples for men.
Readers pay tribute to Mr. Powell but also criticize aspects of his record. Also: Sexism harms everyone.
Women, but not men, with even mildly elevated blood pressure in their early 40s were at increased risk for later heart disease and early death.
A new hotline in Bogotá takes calls from men struggling with jealousy, control and fear — and challenges long-held assumptions about masculinity.
Has fashion bid the binary goodbye?
It feels like Roe v. Wade is under threat in a way that it hasn’t been in recent memory.
Can a hotline for perpetrators help stop domestic violence?
Suggestions for Democrats in Congress; the return of live performances; Justice Sandra Day O’Connor; an airline no-fly list; boys’ struggles.
Any fracture in an older woman or man, whether from a car accident or sidewalk slip, may be a sign you should have your bone health checked.
A new gender gap in education has profound political and economic consequences.
The idea of always playing defense and never offense is, well, offensive.
Women are overrepresented in low-paying professions that require college credentials.
“Islander,” a skewed look at a New York Islanders season, examines extreme fandom, violence and the thrill of sports.