Menstuff® has developed this section of over 250 storyideas on 300 men’s issues particularly for members of the press, lifestyle editors and radio and television talk show producers. Where available, we have noted contacts for these programs and stories and a list of advisor’s who are available regarding specific topics. See also our Resource listing of Authors. (Special note to Authors & Publishers.)

While any day is a great day to do a story on men, or women and men, some important dates to remember are:

  • February 14-21, 2003 – National Condom Awareness Week
  • April, 2003 is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Apr 1 demonstration against circumcision – Washington, D.C. sicsociety@aol.com
  • April 1-7, 2003 – Testicular Cancer Awareness Week – See List of Daily Issues
  • June 1-30, 2003 – International Men’s Month – See List of Men’s Issues & Book of the Day
  • June 9-15, 2003 – International Men’s Health Week (US/CAN/UK/NSW) – See List of Daily Issues
  • June 15, 2003 – Father’s Day
  • September 1-30, 2003 – Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
  • September 15-21, 2003 – Prostate Cancer Awareness Week – See List of Daily Issues
  • November 1-30, 2003 – International Impotency Month
  • December 1, 2003 – World AIDS Awareness Day

In addition, we have included over 200 potential topics below along with pertinent authors and specialist who might be of interest. Advisor’s are available regarding specific topics and a check of links will reveal many other organizations and groups.

  • Abused Men: the hidden side of domestic violence, book, Philip Cook, lovequests@aol.com Also see Violence – Domestic especially the section on “Women as Batterers” discussing 1998 information from the U.S. Department of Justice showing that over 1/3 of all domestic violence is perpetrated by the woman and how men can get help. Also, Violence – General and TV Violence
  • ACFC Shared-Parenting Forum & Chapter Development Conference, Washington, DC www.acfc.org or acfc@majordomo.esosoft.com
  • Affordable Justice: How to settle any dispute, including divorce, out of court, Elizabeth Allen & Donald MohrAllen, authors of a book by the same name. 800.494.9866 or www.ctcmediation.com or staff@ctcmediation.com.
  • Adopted Son – a man and his mother, Regan Books, 1997, Tim Green, www.harpercollins.com
  • The Anorexic Male – represents 1/6th of those affected, Dr. Arold E Andersen, professor of psychiatry at the University of Iowa.
  • Are You a Working Father?  How careers and fatherhood have changed, James Levine, 2122.337.0934 x 210 or LevineJA@aol.com
  • Are We Not Men? Masculine anxiety and the problem of African-American identity, Oxford University Press, 1996, Phillip Brian Harper
  • The Argument Culture, Deborah Tannen, William Morrow Publishing
  • The Art and Practice of Passionate Relationships, Al Crowell & Johanian Wikoff, 650.755.8502 www.alandjohanian.com
  • The Art and Practice of Passionate Relationship, Johanina Wikoff and Al Crowell, www.AlandJohanian.com
  • The Art of Romance, How to Turn Rambos into Romeos, Michael Webb, 916.462.0800 or www.TheRomantic.com or romantc@aol.com
  • The Art of Spiritual Warfare, Grant Schnarr, www.spiritual-recovery.com or grschnarr@aol.com
  • The Assassination of the Black Male Image, Simon & Schuster, 1996, Earl Ofari Hutchinson. www.simonsays.com
  • The A Team and Battlestar Galactica Star Reveals How He Conquered Prostate Cancer, author of Confessions of a Kamikaze Cowboy and And Then We Went Fishing. 516.488.0407
  • At-Home Dads Network www.athomedad.com or athomedad@aol.com . Also has a quarterly magazine written for the 2 million U.S. fathers who stay home with their children. Each issue presents the, listings of playgroups, resources, and other at-home dads. The magazine offers home business ideas, child-rearing tips, and firsthand stories. Peter Baylies, Editor, At-Home Dad, 61 Brightwood Ave, North Andover, MA 01845-1702.
  • Becoming One’s Own Man:  Making Sense of Midlife, Anthony Lanzillo, Director, Thorman Institute, psychosocial issues of men with health problems, 609.869.0672 or ALanzillo@aol.com
  • Beyond Mid-Life, Robert Raines, 610.588.1793
  • Birth, Love and Relationships, 8th International Congress of APPPAH. The Assoc for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health. San Francisco. apppah@aol.com
  • The Black Man’s Guide to Working in a White Man’s World, General Publishing Group, 1997, E. LeMay Lathan.
  • Boarding School Survivors, Nick Duffell, Rob Bland. Centre for Gender Psychology, London. 44 (0) 181 341 4885 or www.genderpsycen@gn.apc.org or genderpsycen@gn.apc.org
  • Body Electric School, workshops, Colin Brown, www.bodyelectric.org
  • Boys Career Day sponsored by The National Coalition of Free Men. www.ncfm.org or loveQuests@aol.com or http://members.aol.com/boystowork/index.htm http://members.aol.com/boystowork www.ncfm.org
  • Boys Sexual Abuse and Treatment, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997, Anders Hyman
  • Boys to Men, Main Street Books, 1998, Gregalan Williams, www.bdd.com
  • Breaking Down:  Mens Health & the Machine Mentality, Anthony Lanzillo, Director, Thorman Institute, psychosocial issues of men with health problems, 609.869.0672 or ALanzillo@aol.com
  • Bringing Men’s Studies into a Healthcare System, Anthony Lanzillo, Director, Thorman Institute, psychosocial issues of men with health problems, 609.869.0672 or ALanzillo@aol.com
  • Building on our Strengths in policy…in practice…in partnerships. The National Network for Youth, Washington, DC NN4YOUTH@worldnet.att.net
  • California Men’s Gathering for gay and bisexual men, cmg@webcom.com or www.webcom.com/cmg
  • Carry Your Kid Like a Sixpack, view Mr Rogers as Your Role Model, interview America’s funniest househusband, Joseph Oberle, 612.572.9194
  • Celebrating the Body Erotic, John Ballew, Collin Brown, Harry Faddis, Ken Oakley, Matthew Simmons. bodyelec@aol.com www.bodyelectric.org
  • Child Abuse – false charges – Victims of Child Abuse Legislation (VOCAL), 7485 E Kenton Ave, Denver, CO 80237 800.745.8778 www.nasvo.org or lwimbrly@aol.com
  • Circumcision Exposed, Crossing Press, 1998, Billy Ray Boyd
  • Circumcision issues, Marilyn Milos,415.488.9883, Tim Hammond 415.826.9351 www.eskimo/com/%7egburlin/noharmm
  • Circumcision issues – NOHARMM – National Organization to Halt the Abuse and Routine Mutilation of Males, information that news media needs concerning latest scientific research and emergingin social, legal andhuman rights developments relevant to the non-therapeutic genital alteration of unconsenting chidren,www.noharmm.org/factfinder.htm or donoharm@pacbell.net
  • Circumcision, the hidden trauma. How an American cultural practice affects infants and ultimately us all, Vanguard Publications, 1997, Ronald Goldman (He also wrote “Questioning Circumcision: A Jewish Perspective”.
  • Chore Wars, How Households Can Share & Keep the Peace, Conari Press, 1997, JamesThorton
  • Come Boast of Your Gifts, 3rd Annual “Village of Brothers” Spring Retreat, Paul Dunion, John Guarnaschelli., Mt Washington, johnguarn@aol.com
  • Coming Together, Helena Lovendal Sorensen & Nick Duffell. www.gn.apc.org/genderpsycen or genderpsycen@gn.apc.org
  • The Compassionate Friends. 21st National Conference experienced the death of a child or sibling regardless www.jjt.com/tcf_national/
  • Compulsive sexuality (or other compusive behaviors) and sexual abuse – Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • Cultural Diversity – Healing for Self & Society: Rediscovering the Archetypes, vickipolin@aol.com
  • Daddies & Daughters, Simon & Schuster, 1998, Carmen Berry, www.simonsays.com
  • A Dad’s Guide to the Toddler Years, Abbeville Press, 1998, Armin Brott, www.abbeville.com
  • Dangers Men Face:  Overcoming the five greatest threats of living life well, Navpress, 1997, Jerry White
  • Daughtesr Should Know – It’s Not the Glass Ceiling, It’s the Sticky Floor: and other things our daughters should know about marriage, work and motherhood. Author Karen Enberg. KEngberg@aol.com
  • Deep Inner Wellbeing, Thriving Relationships, Kathlyn & Gay Hendricks, www.hendricks.com 800.688.0772
  • “Diversophy”, George Simons, Author & International Consultant on Women & Men and Multicultural issues in the Corporation and creator of the Diversophy Game, at gsimons@diversophy.com and www.diversophy.com
  • Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family, Hyperion Press, 1998, Richard Carlson
  • Do Tough Guys Raise Better Kids?  Author of the new book, Rivers of Wind: A Western Boyhood Remembered, will share interesting insights, 719.481.2420.
  • Dressing the Wounds of Human Relatrionships, Maildoma & Sobonfu Some 510.639.7637 www.primasounds.com/echoes.
  • Down to Earth Dad, newsletter and speaking engagements, Patrick Mitchell, Coeur d’ Alene, ID 877.282.DADS or www.downtoearthdad.org or patrick@downtoearthdad.org
  • The Enchantment of Opposites – How to create great realtionships, Patricia Huntington Taylor, travels@dnai.com
  • Everyman Gathering. Ottawa, Canada publisher@everyman.org
  • Expert Reveals Why Women Should be Men’s Sex Slaves. Felice Dunas can teach you how to turn your beloved into the seductress you’ve always dreamed of, 310.455.0044
  • The Fair Way – Something new in divorce mediation for high profile/high asset couples. Elizabeth Allen, Don Mohr 800-748-6462 or www.ctcmediation.com
  • Faithful Travelers – a father, his daughter and a fly-fishing journey of the heart, Bantam Books, 1998, James Dodson, www.bantam.com
  • False Charges of Child Abuse – Victims of Child Abuse Legislation (VOCAL), 7485 E Kenton Ave, Denver, CO 80237 800.745.8778 www.nasvo.org or lwimbrly@aol.com
  • The family context of child sexual abuse (or sexual abuse of boys) – Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • Fathers – Commitment and Fatherhood in Black America, University of Mission Press, 1998, Malene Perchinske
  • Fathers – Honoring the relationship between fathers and children of all ages, Gibbs-Smith, 1998, Bruce Hamilton
  • Fathers – Fatherhood in Black America, Malene Perchinske
  • Fathers – Fathering Daugthers, Barbara de Angelis, Delacorte Publishing
  • Fathers – Fathering Daughters, a reflection by men, Beacon Press, 1998, De Witt Henry
  • Fathers – Father Loss and its Impact, Health Commnications, 1998, Beth Erickson
  • Fathers – Father’s Day Demonstrations. To be held at family court houses at noon as a show of solidarity with fathers and father’s groups throughout the world. user121645@aol.com (user unknown)
  • Fathers – Father’s Day Picnic, Sacramento Valley Men’s Council. www.sv-menscouncil.org or pagemaster@sv.menscouncil.org (host unknown)
  • Fathers – Father’s Day. Purple Balloon Campaign, Canada gilclaes@oricom.ca
  • Fathers – Single Parenting from a Father’s Heart, Bang Press, 1998, Steve Horner
  • Father Wound workshops for men only and women only, the original since 1986 – accept no substitutes – Gordon Clay, shauna@howworkshops.com
  • Feminism – National Organization for Men Against Sexism, www.nomas.org Press contact – Michael Kimmel at 718.768.5919 (11/30/98) In Europe: www.menprofeminist.org
  • 50/50 Marriage and 21st Century Families, a study of the current squeeze on family work and a vision of what we can do about it. Gayle Kimball, 916.345.8118 gkimball@oavax.csuchico.edu
  • Finding the Father, Skip Swies, findingthefather@juno.com or 800.455.2946 x 12
  • Flying Boy, John Lee, author & therapist, Atlanta, GA – 512.445.7992 or theflyingboy@aol.com or www.flyingboy.com
  • Fraternity Hazing – http://www.stophazing.org and http://sites.netscape.net/hanknuwer/homepage
  • The Future of Children, The David & Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second Street, Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 circulation@futureofchildren.org or www.futureofchildren.org. Also, publishes a quarterly journal.
  • Gender Shock – exploding the myths of male and female, Anchor Book, 1997, Phyllis Burke
  • Gender War, Gender Peace; What Men Really Want, Arron Kipnis & Elizabeth Herron, 805.963.7570
  • Getting Men Involved and Celebrating Men in the Lives of Children, Stan Seiderman or Ray Capper, 415.454.1811 or www.bamin.org . Also see publication Getting Men Involved:  Strategies for Early Childhood Programs, James Levine, 1993, Director of the Fatherhood Project at the Families and Work Institute in New York City which is no longer in print.
  • Glass Ceilings It’s Not the Glass Ceiling, It’s the Sticky Floor: and other things our daughters should know about marriage, work and motherhood. Author Karen Enberg. KEngberg@aol.com
  • Grandfather of the Men’s Movement Reveals Why Men, More than Women, Get the Shaft, Dr. Roy Schenk, 800.203.4028
  • Grief & Ritual, Malidoma & Sobonfu Some, 510.639.7637 www.primasounds.com/echoes.
  • Growing Up Male, University of Wisconsin Press, 1998, Franklin Abbott, 404.377.2693
  • A Guy’s Guide to Dating, Doubleday, 1998, Brendan Baber, www.bdd.com
  • Have We Gone from ‘Father Knows Best’ to ‘Fathers Molest’?  The real reason only 10% of fathers get custody, Dean Tong, author of Ashes to Ashes…Families to Dust, 813.885.6173 or DeanTong@aol.com or www.abuse-excuse.com
  • Having Problems with Your Relationship?  Learn the Secrets of Success with Women. Greg Baer author of 4 books, just released, The Truth about Relationships. 888.234.9745
  • Healing the Father Wound® workshops for men only and women only, the original since 1986 – accept no substitutes – Gordon Clay, fatherwound@aol.com
  • Healing the Mother Wound tm workshops for men only and women only – Shauna Wilson, shauna@howworkshops.com
  • Healthy Grief Includes Forgiveness of Self, Others, Julie Kallio, www.tcmc.org
  • He Meant, She Meant, the definitive male’female dictionary, Warner Books, 1997, warnerbooks
  • His Secret Life – male sexual fantasies, Simon & Schuster, 1997, Bob Berkowitz www.simonsays.com
  • How Divorced Parents Can Communicate Better – for the Kids’ Sake. Vincent Molina, author of Communicating with a Former Spouse, Creative Alternatives, 1998, 888.474.2962
  • How the Media Myths Destroy Black Men’s Lives (Bad bads? Sleazy spouses?  Intellectual Inferiors?  Michael Taylor, author of Brothers Are You Listening, will break through the myths. 713.780.2122
  • How to Get Nagging Women off Your Back (without hurting their feelings), Mark Goulston, author of Get Out of Your Own Way, check out the article in the January, 1999 issue of Men’s Fitness entitled: “What If She’s Nuts?” 310.998.1150
  • How to Give Women what they Really want this Christmas, Dr. Bud Goodall, author of Food Talk, 336.282.8841
  • How to Love a PMSing Woman, Bridgeline Books, 1996, Jay Stuller
  • How to make every date a success-guaranteed. Judith Sherven & James Sniechowski , jimjude@ix.netcom.com
  • How to Succeed with Women, Parker Publishing, 1998, Ron Louis
  • How to Stay Lovers for Life: Discover a marriage counselor’s tricks of the trade, Plume Book, 1997, Sharyn Wolf, www.penguinputnam.com
  • Human Intimacy, Charlie Kreiner, radthots@aol.com
  • Inner Sovereign Leadership Training, Jude Blitz & Tom Daly, www.shadowwork.com
  • Interview America’s Leading Fathers’ Rights Attorney, Jeffery Leving, author of Fathers’ Rights. 312.807.3990 or www.dadsrights.com
  • Intimate Relationships as a Spiritual Path, Harville Hendrix
  • It Ain’t Easy Being Dad: This expert helps fathers be the best they can be in today’s crazy world. Sal Severe is author of How to Behave so Your Children Will Too, 800.866.5208
  • John Wayne’s America, Touchstone, 1998, Garry Wills, www.simonsays.com
  • Just Married, a sexy, irreverent, eye-opening look at how we met, dated and married the one we love, Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1998, Barry Sinrod www.andrewsmcmeel.com
  • Kid Culture – Joe Manthey, kidculture@home.com or genderjustice@home.com
  • Kill the Body, The Head will Fall:  A closer look at women, violence and aggression, Warner Books, 1997, Rene Denfeld. pathfinder
  • Languages of the Heart, Doug von Koss, taconcc@canuck.com
  • Lessons from Dad, Health Communications, 1997, Joan Aho Ryan, www.hci-online.com
  • Life As We Know It: A father, a family and an exceptional child, Pantheon Books, 1996, Michael Berube.
  • Life Partners, Six Steps to Healthy Joyful Relationship, Bill & Judy Elbring, bill@lifepartners.com
  • Life Passages, Brian WInkler plus Men’s Groups Tue, 7:30-9:30P, $40/session, 2 mo commit, 650.306.8188 brian@lifepassage.com or www.lifepassage.com
  • Life’s Little Treasure Book on Daughters, Rutledge Hill Press, 1998, H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
  • Life Outside: The Signorile Report on Gay Men: Sex, drugs, muscles and the passages of life, Harper Collins, 1997, Signorile, www.harpercollins.com
  • Life Transforming Ten Day Retreat, Kelly Tobey, Calgary, sunrisemag.com.startreeintegration
  • Listen to Me: A book for women and men about father-son relationships, Celestial Arts, 1996, Gerald & Lee Jampolsky.
  • Living from the Heart: Loving Ourselves, Loving Others, Joyce & Barry Vissell, Rowe Conference Center, Rowe, retreat@rowecenter.org
  • Lovers for Life, Daniel Ellenberg & Judith Bell, 415.457.7705
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  • Love Without Limits, Sacred Space Institute, Deborah Anapol. Workshops on polyamory (loving more than one), erotic spirituality (tantra), and new paradigm relating. Also individual consultation in person or by phone on these issues. We also publish and distribute books and videos on these topics. Author of Polyamory The New Love Without Limits. www.lovewithoutlimits.com or info@lovewithoutlimits.com (12/99)
  • Making Sense of Midlife, Anthony Lanzillo, Director, Thorman Institute, psychosocial issues of men with health problems, 609.869.0672 or ALanzillo@aol.com
  • The Male Herbal: Health care for men and boys, The Crossing Press, 1997, James Green
  • Male Menopause, Sourcebooks, 1997, Jed Diamond, 707.659.5505 at jed@menalive.com or www.thirdagewellness.com or www.malemenopause.com
  • Male on Male Rape: The hidden toll of stigma and shame, Insight Books, 1997, Michael Scarce.
  • Male Sexual Victimization, male gender identity, and sexual orientation, Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • A Man & a Woman: the journey through conflict to compassion in intimate relationships, Helena Lovendal Sorensen & Nick Duffell, London, www.gn.apc.org/genderpsycen or genderpsycen@gn.apc.org (host unknown)
  • Manhood Development in Urban African-American Communities, Haworth Press, 1997, Roderick Watts & Robert Jagers, ed. www.haworth.com
  • The Manipulated Man, Pinter Martin Press, 1998, Esther Vilar, pinter@dircon.co.uk or www.pinter.dircon.co.uk
  • Mankind Project (New Warrior Adventure Trainings), Drury Heffeman, Project Administrator, PO Box 230, Malone, NY 12953-0230 800.870.4611 or www.mkp.org or dnhwmtl@aol.com
  • A Man’s Guide to Being a Woman’s Best Friend, Andrews & McMeel, 1996, Michael Levin (Companion to A Woman’s Guide to Being a Man’s Best Friend)
  • ManSpeak: What he says…what he really means, Marnie Winston-Macauley
  • Mars & Venus in the Bedroom, HarperPerennial, 1997, John Gray, 415.381.5735
  • Mating, Dating and Darwin: The scientific basis of how we choose our mates! Jama Clark is author of What the Heel Do Women Really Want?  A guide for men for the 90’s. 415.898.1227 drjama@aol.com
  • Maximing Manhood – beating male menopause, HarperCollins, 1997, Malcolm Carruthers, www.harpercollins.com
  • Men and the Water of Life, Michael Meade, Limbus, 800.233.6984 or 206.463.9387 or mosaic@wolfenet.com
  • Men are Animals and should be proud of it! Jeff Hood, 505.983.8420
  • Men at Work: An Action Guide to Masculine Healing, Islewest Press, 1997, Chris Frey, mjgraham@carcomm.com or www.islewest.com
  • Men Doing Feminism, Routledge Press, 1998, Tom Digby, www.routledge.com
  • Men in Therapy: The Fear of Exposing, Anthony Lanzillo, Director, Thorman Institute, psychosocial issues of men with health problems, 609.869.0672 or ALanzillo@aol.com
  • Men in Touch, sexual healing, Sequoia Thom Lundy, M.A., Growing Healthier, 2-2465 West 5th Avenue, Vancouver, Canada V6K 1S7, 604-983-4802, www.intouch.bc.ca/pub/men.mail or men.mail@intouch.bc.ca
  • Men on Divorce: The other side of the story, Harvest Book, 1997, Penny Kaganoff & Susan Spano.
  • Men on Midlife: eighteen men talk about making new choices in careers, relationships, and what really matters in the second half of life, Crossing Press, 1996, Joanne Vickers & Barbara Thomas.
  • Men’s Health Issues: How can we live longer and better? Dan Unger-Weiss, www.tcmc.org
  • Men’s Health – A Guide to Health, Fitness, Living and Loving in the Prime of Life, Chronimed Publishing, 1998, Peter Dorsen, www.chronimed.com
  • Men’s Health Week in Canada, mhnc@rogers.wave.ca
  • Men’s Health – What You Should Know about Natural Health for Men, Keats Publishing, 1996, Dr. Earl Mindell’s.
  • Men’s Rights Issues – Asa Baber (312.751.8000×2795), Warren Farrell (619.753.5000), Mel Fiet, Fred Hayward (916.484.7333), Jack Kammer (410.243.3137 jkammer@erols.com)
  • Men’s Wisdom Council, John Dore, Sparrow Hart. Rowe Conference Center, retreat@rowecenter.org
  • Men’s Work Facilitator Training, Nick Duffell, Centre for Gender Psychology, London, genderpsycen@gn.apc.org (host unknown), www.gn.apc.org/genderpsycen
  • Men We Never Knew, Daphne Kingma, Conari Publishing
  • Missing from Action:  A powerful historical response to the crisis among American Men, Conciliar Press, 1996, Weldon Hardenbrook.
  • Mother Wound workshops for men only and women only – Shauna Wilson, shauna@howworkshops.com
  • Multicultural issues in the Corporation ,”Diversophy”, George Simons, Author & International Consultant on Women & Men and multicultural issues, www.intl-partners.com or gsimons@euronet.nl (permanent fatel errors-host unknown)
  • My Life as a Male Anorexic, Harrington Park Press, 1996, Michael Krasnow,
  • The Myth of Male Power, Warren Farrell 619.753.5000
  • National Congress for Fathers and Children, 18th National Convention “It Takes Fathers to Have a Village, Detroit pholman@crosswrock.com or www.dadnkids.com/ncfc/brochur1.html
  • National Network for Youth, 1319 F Street NW, Ste 401, Washington, DC 20004, 202.783.7949 or www.NN4Youth.org or NN4Youth@worldnet.att.net
  • New Directions in Male Psychology annual conference, Redwood Men’s Center, www.redwoodmen.org
  • New Guidelines for Surviving Prostate Cancer with James Lewis Jr, acuthor of How I Survived Prostate Cancer and So Can You and New Guidelines for Surviving Prostate Cancer, 888.545.8396
  • The New Intimacy: Discovering the Magic at the Heart of Your Differences, Health Communications, 1997, Judith Sherven & James Sniechowski www.thenewintimacy.com or jimjude@ix.netcom.com
  • New Psychology for Traditional Men, Jossey-Bass, 1998, Gary Brooks, www.josseybass.com
  • New Warrior Training Adventure, 23 centers through-out the U.S., Canada and Great Britian, 800.870.4611, www.nwn.org or www.mkp.org or dnhwmtl@aol.com or www.newwarrior-santafe.org, or NewWarrior@LifePartners.com
  • Our Mothers’ Spirits – on the death of mothers and the grief of men, Regan Books, 1999, Bob Blauner, www.harpercollins.com
  • Pagan Gods for Today’s Man: a beginner’s guide, Hodder & Stoughton, 1997, Teresa & Howard Moorey.
  • Parenting: If Only They Came with Instructions: A Guide for Parents, Resnick, Marlene, twotowns@realhotmail.com (deferred)
  • Passionate Marriage, Henry Holt, 1998, David Schnarei, www.passionatemarriage.com
  • Pledging, Initation, Hazing, insider reveals fraternities’ dirty little secrets, Author of House of Kidz, Colin Cohen. 978.927.5556
  • Polyamory The New Love Without Limits author Deborah Anapol. Workshops on polyamory (loving more than one), erotic spirituality (tantra), and new paradigm relating. Also individual consultation in person or by phone on these issues. We also publish and distribute books and videos on these topics. www.lovewithoutlimits.com or info@lovewithoutlimits.com (12/99)
  • Power of Healing, Nancy Russ, www.tcmc.org
  • Pro-feminist issues, Bob Brannon, Michael Kimmel (718.768.5919), John Stoltenberg, National Organization for Men Against Sexism, c/o A New Hope Ctr, 20 Church St, Owego, NY 13827 607.687.6179 www.nomas.org
  • Pro-Parenting Training, Grace Maning-Orenstein, 510.528.0200
  • Prostate Cancer is More Deadly than Breast Cancer – Who Cares?
  • Prostate Cancer – How to make informed treatment choices, John Wiley & Sons, 1998, Marcus Loo, permreq@wiley.com
  • Prostate Health in 90 Days without drugs or surgery, Hay House, 1998, Larry Clapp
  • Prostate Health – Natural Medicine for Prostate Problems, Dell Publishing, 1998, Ron Falcone
  • Prostate Cancer – Revolutionary Approach to Prostate Cancer treatment alternatives, House Publisher, 1998, Aubrey Pilgrim
  • Quest – a mid-life retreat for men 35-60, Randy Crutcher, 707.677.0219, rama@humbolt1.com
  • Quest for Male Identity, Continuum Publishing, 1997, Allan Guggenbuhl
  • Raising a Son, Raising a Daughter, Don Elium, 510.933.3539
  • Rebuilding the Garden and Healing the Spiritual Wounds of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Laughing Tree Press, 1997, Karla McLaren. laughingtree@mlode.com or www.mlode.com/~laughingtree/
  • Rekindling the Spirit in Work, Howard Schechter & Barbara Lee, howardjoel@aol.com
  • Relationships – Judith Sherven & James Sniechowski, jimjude@ix.netcom.com or www.thenewintimacy.com
  • Revealing the Heart, Manifesting the Soul, and Healing the Earth, Journey of the North Ontario, Canada emoore@tlavideo.com
  • Reverse Male Menopause with Testosterone, Eugene Shippen
  • The Rhythm of Intimacy without losing yourself., John Lee, 512.445.7992
  • Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations & Mind Control Conference, Hartford, CT. smartnews@aol.com
  • Ritual, Healing & Art, Sobonfu, Malidoma, Oakland, www.PrimaSounds.com/echoes/, 510.639.7637
  • Rituals for the Flowering of the Male Heart, Martin Prectel, retreat@rowecenter.org 413.339.4954
  • The Role of Myth, Ritual & Story in Healing Racial Divisions, 510.444.6448 odos@igc.apc.org
  • Romantic Mischief: The playful side of love, Gregory Godek, Sourcebooks, 630.961.3900 or www.godek.com/1001.html
  • The Rules for Getting Laid, with the controversial Schwartz and Graff, 800.203.4028.
  • Screaming Men – poems about men and masculinities, self published in 1998, David Jackson, nimrodd@msn.com
  • The Samurai Game, Lance Giroux, aliedronin@aol.com
  • Second Wives Crusade working together to increase the numbers of children raised in two-parent families – www.secondwives.org
  • The Secret Love of Sons: How we men feel about our mothers, and why we never tell, Riverhead Press, 1997, Nicholas Weinstock.
  • Secrets About Men Every, Woman Should Know, Henry De Witt
  • Secrets from the Files of a Sex Therapist with renowned sexual therapist Carole Altman. Author of You Can Be Your Own Sex Therapist and From the Files of a Sex Therapist, 800.771.3355 x 13
  • The Secrets Men Keep, Ken Druck, 619.259.8004
  • Setting Them Straight, You can do something about bigotry and homophobia in your life, Penguin, 1996, Betty Berzon
  • Sex and Gender Differences in Personal Relationships, Guilford Press, 1997, Daniel Canary, www.guilford.com
  • Sex, Money and Sports – the only things men care about, Prentice Hall, 1998, Michael Maggio
  • Sex Smart – How your childhood shaped your sexual life and what to do about it, New Harbinger Publications, 1998, Aline Zoldbrod, www.newharbinger.com
  • Sexual Initiation or sexual abuse? Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • Sexual Mutilations: Medical, Legal and Ethical Considerations, 5th International Symposium, University of Oxford, London, England www.nocirc.org
  • Sexual orientation confusion and male sexual victimiation – Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • Sexual Victimization of Men – Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • Shadow Healing, Steven Kushner. Montreal, QC kush@internaunts.ca (host unknown)
  • Shadow Work Basic Facilitator Training, Mary Ellen Blandford & Cliff Barry, Loveland, CO www.shadowwork.com 888.406.0703
  • Shared-Parenting Forum & Chapter Development Conference, AFCFC. Washington, DC, www.acfc.org or acfc@majordomo.esosoft.com
  • Shame & Emotions, Jim Duffy. www.tcmc.org
  • The Sibling Society, Vintage Books, 1997, Robert Bly, www.randomhouse.com
  • 16 Sexual Secrets Men Need to Know, Liz Thompson, 415.477.4406
  • The Soul of Sex, HarperCollins, 1998, Tomas Moore, www.harpercollins.com
  • Soul Mates, HarperCollins, 1997, Thomas Moore, www.harpercollins.com
  • The Spirit of a Man: A Vision of Transformation for Black Men and the Women Who Love Them, HarperCollins, 1996, Iyanla Vanzant. www.harpercollins.com
  • Spiritual Journey for Gay Men, Alamo Press, 1997, Andrew Ramer, arame@earthlink.net
  • Stepfamilies: Stepfamily Assoc of Am, 215 Centennial Mall S #212, Lincoln, NE 68508 – 800.735.0329.
  • Stepfamilies: Stepfamily Foundation, Inc., 333 West End Ave, New York, NY 10023 212.877.3244, Fax 212.362.7030/ 24 hour information line 212.799.STEP www.stepfamily.org or Stefamily@aol.com
  • Stepping Into the Mystery: For sons, lovers, mothers and wives, Honey Creek Publishing, 1997, John Lee. honeycreek@aol.com
  • Still a Dad, The divorced father’s journey, Serge Prengel, New York, NY  www.stilladad.com (3/02)
  • Stocker, Brian, www.islandmen/~bstocker or bstocker@islandnet.com
  • Stop Hazing – http://www.stophazing.org and http://sites.netscape.net/hanknuwer/homepage
  • Survival Skills for the Modern Man – life, love, work, play, Contemporary Books, 1998, Donn Davis
  • Taking It Like a Man, Princeton Paperbacks, 1998, David Savran
  • Talk to Me: How to create positive loving communication. S. Martin, positive-way@email.msn.com or http://www.positive-way.com, or http://members.aol.com/Positivewa/index/html
  • Temporary Society, what’s happening to family life in America, Jossey-Bass, 1998, Jerry Blaivas, www.josseybass.com
  • Ten Stupid Things Men Do to Mess Up Their Lives, HarperCollins, 1997, Laura Schlessinger, www.harpercollins.com
  • The Testosterone Solution: Increase your energy and vigor with male hormone therapy, Prima Publishing 1997, Aubrey Hill. www.primapublishing.com
  • The Testosterone Syndrome – the critical factor for energy, health and sexuality, reversing male menopause, Evans & Comapny, 1998, Eugene Shippen
  • Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Man, Random House, 1997, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., www.randomhouse.com
  • This Expert Explodes the Biggest Male Myths, Gerald Evans, 610.971.9310
  • To Be Masculine or Spiritual:  Pastoral Care for Men in Crisis, Anthony Lanzillo, Director, Thorman Institute, psychosocial issues of men with health problems, 609.869.0672 or ALanzillo@aol.com
  • Transforming the Spirit of Molestation, Karla McLaren, Chicago Laughingtree@mlode.com
  • The Truth about Viagra, Impotence and Restoring Satisfyiing Sex, Brian Drew, 818.896.1368.
  • Understanding Men’s Passages, Random House, 1998, Gail Sheehy www.randomhouse.com
  • Understanding the Male Temperment, Tim LaHaye
  • Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice, New Society, 1996, Paul Kivel
  • ViagraDoes Viagra Spell Virility? Kenneth Goldberg, Larry Katzenstein, Susan Vaughn
  • Viagra – A guide to the phenomenal potency-promoting drug, Pocket Books, 1998, Susan Vaughan, www.simonsays.com
  • Viagra – The Potency Pill, Publications International, 1998, Kenneth Goldberg
  • Viagra – The Virility Solution, Harcourt Brace, 1998, Larry Katzenstein
  • Viagra – The Virility Solution, Simon & Schuster, 1998, Steven Lamm, www.simonsays.com
  • Victimization of males and male gender identity Richard B. Gartner, Ph.D., author of Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. www.malesurvivor.org or RGartner@psychoanalysis.net or 212.580.3187
  • Victims of Child Abuse Legislation (VOCAL), 7485 E Kenton Ave, Denver, CO 80237 800.745.8778 www.nasvo.org or lwimbrly@aol.com
  • Viewing gender issues through men’s eyes, Viewpoint Publishing, 1998, Rob Mazzeo mazzeo1@prodigy.net
  • Vision Quest: A Wilderness Rite of Passage, Rowe Conference Center, Rowe, MA retreat@rowecenter.org
  • Violence – Domestic. See also Violence – General and TV Violence
  • The Violent Social World of Black Men, Jossey-Bass, 1998, William Oliver www.josseybass.com
  • Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence, Viking Press, 1998, Patricia Pearson
  • The Way of the Superior Man: A man’s guide to mastering the challenges of women, work and sexual desire, Plexus Press, 1997, David Deida www.deida.com
  • Weekend Intensive, Wendy Appel, courcom@aol.com
  • Welcome to the Gender Revolution, Patricia Huntington Taylor. travels@dnai.com
  • We’re Just Good Friends, Kathy Werking
  • Western Mountain Men, 4th bi-annual men’s gathering, ewinslow@gwi.com (user unknown)
  • What if Women Weren’t from Venus and Men Weren’t from Mars?  Author of Beyond the Blame Game, Dmitri Bilgere, 800.203.4028
  • What Men Don’t Tell You, Bob Berkowitz
  • What to do when sports come between you and your mate, Fireside Books, 1997, Kevin Quirk, www.simonsays.com
  • What Women Really Want from Sex by Ron Louis, author of Sexpectations: women talk candidly about sex and dating, 800.203.4028
  • Who Stole Feminism, Sommers, Christine Hoff, http://yakko.cs.wmich.edu/~frogfarm/csommers.html
  • Why Are Women Threatened by it?  What Are Men Signing on by the Millions?  Interview an outspoken leader in the new men’s movement. Glenn Pickering, autho of Being a Gentle Man: A resource for men. 612.894.1679
  • We’re Just Good Friends: Women and men in nonromantic relationships, Guilford Press, 1997, Kathy Werking., www.guilford.com
  • When She was Bad: Violent women and the myth of innocence, Viking Press, 1997, Patricia Pearson
  • Who is this Warrior Monk?  Bill Kauth, 414.823.2588
  • Why Women Fake Orgasms and other sexual secrets men need to know, Sharon Colona will let your audience know what women want from men in the bedroom. Author of For Men Only: The secrets to pleasuring a women, Lifetime Books, 1998, 954.925.5242 x 13
  • Why Men Grieve Differently, Elizabeth Levang, author of When Men Grieve, 612.672.4224
  • Why Other Women look better Than Your Wife, with Bill Perkins, author of When Good Men are Tempted. 800.858.9388
  • Why Women Live Longer than Men and what men can do about it, Jossey-Bass, 1997, Royda Crose, www.josseybass.com
  • Wild Man, Marvin Allen
  • Wingspan Men’s Leadership Conferences, charding@tiac.net
  • The Winter Passage, Institute for Personal Change, Ron Luyet, 650.742.9903
  • Women Can’t Hear What Men Don’t Say, Warren Farrell, wfarrell@cox.net or www.warrenfarrell.com.
  • Women Men Love, Women Men Hate; Smart Women Foolish Choices, Connel Cowan, Crown Publishing
  • A Woman’s Best Friend, Michael Levin
  • Working Fathers: New Strategies for Balancing Work & Family, Addison-Wesley, 1997, James Levine.www.aw.com/gb
  • Working with Young Fathers: Building Skills for Practitioners. Los Angeles nvann@npcl.org
  • Wounded Boys Heroic Men, a man’s guide to recovering from child abuse, Adams Media Corp, 1998, Daniel Jay Sonkin, Adams Media Corp, www.adamsmedia.com

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