Menstuff® provides a listing which includes stories that have appeared on the cover of over 90 current magazines and newsletters directed to men. Each listing includes a copy of the latest cover (under the Lenny icon) plus the editor's name and mailing address.
Menstuff Daily Newsletter . At 12:15am PST every morning, you can click on "Today on Menstuff" in the left side-bar for new information related to that day and a discussion on a different "men's issue". Try it out.
Menletter - a monthly journal of articles, essays, observations, and resources for men. It consists of a free e-newsletter and a website without advertisements or pop-ups. Menletter has been in existence for over five years and covers topics such as men's health, relationships, spirituality, gatherings and retreats, resources, and mentoring. Sign up today E-Mail or menletter.org
Men's Periodicals - Over 200 men's magazines and newsletters broken down by the following catagories:
Men's Periodicals -
Historical - A historical listing of over 400 men's
publications we believe to be out-of-print.
Fathers/Parents - Most directed to mother's and carrying information that we should know about our children. Now-and-then there's something written from our perspective.
Kids - Geared toward children
Teens - Geared toward young adults, primarily young women. It never hurts to know what "they" are telling your kids
Women - Why does a "men's site" have women's magazines. Again, like the periodicals directed to teen girls, it's important that men understand what primarily women are telling women about men, relationship, beauty, and sex.
Legend: A-Atheletics, B-beauty/Cosmetics, C-Career/Business/Finances, D-Drink, E-Entertainment, F-Fashion/Style, H-Health/Fitness, I-Image/Self-Improvement, J-Journalism-Investigative, L-Leisure/Lifestyle, M-Music/Movies/Media, P-Politics, R-Relationship, S-Sex, T-Technology. (circ/cost of a 4 color page of advertising) The "@" at the front means that the publication is primarily local in nature. The date at the end denotes the most recent issue we've received.
Abe Lincoln said, "It's been my experience that people who have no vices have very few virtues."