We’ve heard the cries of older generations.
They call us a generation of lazy pansies who don’t understand the value of a hard-earned dollar. They question our manhood because we’re in touch with our sensitive side. They say we grew up soft because we all won trophies in Little League.
Admittedly, a lot of what they say is true.
Millennial men did not get drafted to fight in a World War or Vietnam. Thanks to the brave efforts of our fathers and grandfathers, we grew up in the 90s when Danny Tanner, Uncle Jesse, and Joey taught us emotional life lessons with corny music playing in the background on Full House.
The purpose of this site is to explore what it means to be a millennial man in today’s culture.