One For The Boys
One for the Boys is a documentary, article and photo series about masculinity in Aotearoa today. We look at what it means to be a man, and how and why that’s changing.
"My gender didn’t suddenly retreat to some masculine polarity the moment I met my daughter."
We've rounded up a bunch of stories that show us what it means to be a man.
When do you become a man?
What does it mean to be a man in New Zealand? It's a heady topic to unpack. Perhaps most popularly, the idea of being a man…
A new bodybuilder and group of friends discuss body image struggles
“Bro rub some sunscreen on my back, no homo.”
Why are some guys uncomfortable holding each other’s hands or sleeping in the same bed? And why is…
“Tough like an armour truck, the only medicine I know, harden up!”
Suck it up. Harden Up. Be a man about it. How many times have you heard these words?
The Masculinity Project is an exploration and documentation of what it means to be a man in Aotearoa
We take a look at how young guys navigate the world of porn.
Re: celebrated the launch of our new masculinity series One for the Boys at the Grey Lynn Bowling Club in Auckland last night.
There was pizza, laughs…
“Imagine if all your boys jump into a fight and you don’t? You’re just the one standing there.”