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Menstuff® reports here on interesting articles appearing in January periodicals. A click on the photo will often provide a larger photo or additional information reagrding the topic. See previous months above.

A variety of current information is also available: Mediawatch, 2002 provides reviews the media's portrayal of men in advertising and the media. See 2001, also. For an index of these and additional stories, see 2002 and 2001. What's New provides weekly updates of additions to the web site including the latest issues, which are also included in Newsbytes (see table above).

After reviewing some of these topics, we encourage you to write the corporations and the government and give them your viewpoint. Action of the Week selects a particular action to take for the week. Change doesn't usually take place when only one complaint is received. If you want to be part of the solution, let them hear from you! Here's how.


Can technology be harnessed to woman-wooing ends? Loaded tries every trick in the science book to find out. 1/02 Loaded


New legal but lethal substances like 2C-T-7 have found a new distribution channel unheard of in the glory days of psychedelia. The Internet. Take the term "Killer Drugs" to heart. Rolling Stone, 1/31/02 MORE


Racism is a fact of daily life in prison. The administration gets frustrated when strong cons control racial issues. Racial tension is part of the wedge that the admin wants in order to control the population. Gear, 1/02


Confused by all those tears? Baby may be trying to tell you something with tears - or he may be crying for no reason at all. Here are the whys of your baby's cries. American Baby 1/02


Men who turn sexually aggressive at night may be suffering from a disorder known as sleepsex. Cosmo talks to women who live with this puzzling and often disturbing phenomenon. 1/02 MORE


In New York and Washington, D.C., America's first male spas offer a new take on an old-world custom. Men's Journal, 1/02


The time has come to shelve that National Geographic. The bare-breasted ladies of the Doo Dunga tribe can teach you no more. Luckily, FHM is willing to nurse you along to the next level. FHM, 1/02


My father drove to Lambert Airport in St. Louis, parked his car in the long-term lot, and bought a one-way ticket to Boston, where he took a cab to Cambridge, checked into the Holiday Inn a couple of blocks from Harvard Square, and quietly committed suicide. When your father doesn't leave a note, it falls on you to make sense of what he did. Esquire, 1/02


We're at war, but what does that mean? Maxim demonstrates the might of the American military from the inside out. Check out the hardware, the special operations, and the fruit salad that make the U.S. the most powerful nation earth's ever known. Maxim, 1/02


July 17, 2000 should go down in every man's journal. A men's contraceptive pill that is 100 percent effective and has no side effects was introduced. From the time it achieves universal distribution, pregnancy will become a negotiated contract to which both parties will be consensual. Everyman, 12/01-1/02


The War Report. Whose weapons are better?  Put up your nukes. The Taliban or the U.S.?  Our guide to kicking al Qaeda's arsenal. Magazine interns test them. Interesting information about the weapons themselves. Stuff, 1/02


A few of their words, and ours, about the magazine and its mission, and the roads they've traveled along the way. Includes "Women of the Year" from Serena & Venus Williams, to Jane Fonda, or Michelle Yeoh and Yoko Ono. Ms., 12/01-1/02


The publishers dared five 18 year old girls and one 17 year-old to go out and guy shop like their best friends. Plus four other features regarding "Boys." It never ends. YM, 12/01-1/02 See related story in Daughters at MORE


For each copy of Chicken Soup for the Prisoner's Soul you purchase from us at the regular price, we will send a copy to two prison libraries. (Our goal is to get at least one copy in every prison in the U.S., which total over 8,000 facilities.) Updates on Chicken Soul for the Prisoner's Soul


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