The New Documentary That Shows How Our Obsession With Masculinity Is Destroying Young Men
“We’ve put young boys and men in a straightjacket, forcing them to conform to a construct and disconnect from who they really are,” The Mask You Live In writer-director Jennifer Siebel Newsom told BuzzFeed News.
26 Amazing Images From This Week In News
Republican candidate Joni Ernst winning the U.S. Senate race on Election Day stole a lot of this week's headlines, but plenty happened in the news world this week. Many New Yorkers participated in the NYC Marathon, the Day of the Dead was celebrated in Mexico, and the unrest continues in Syria. Here are some of the best news images brought to us by hardworking photojournalists all over the globe.WARNING: Graphic images
Panthers Remove Greg Hardy From Roster As Domestic Violence Scandals Continue To Rock NFL
The Carolina Panthers removed defensive end Greg Hardy from their roster until a domestic violence case against him is resolved, according to reports. Attorney Gloria Allred is calling on the NFL to improve its investigation process of abuse allegations to provide fair, speedy discipline.
CBS Pulls Rihanna's Song From Thursday Night Football This Week After She Lashed Out At Them On Twitter
Update: CBS will be using their new theme music to open the broadcast instead of Rihanna's song.The singer lashed out at the network after they pulled her song from the inaugural broadcast of Thursday Night Football following the Ray Rice domestic violence controversy.
CBS Sportscaster Calls For Action On Domestic Violence From All Men
The planned opening — which included the Jay Z-Rihanna song "Run This Town," with narration by Don Cheadle — was scrapped. Instead, the pregame show will feature news coverage of the Ray Rice incident and the NFL's response to a video showing him punching his then-fiancee in a casino elevator.
NFL Received Ray Rice Video In April, Law Enforcement Source Says
But in a letter to team leadership on Wednesday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell again denied seeing the clip of a domestic violence incident between the former Baltimore Raven and his then-fiancée. He said laws governing ongoing investigations by law enforcement prevented the league from obtaining video.
Ravens Owner Apologizes To Fans For Mishandling Ray Rice Case
Steve Bisciotti told fans in a letter the team did not do all they could have after a domestic violence incident involving former running back Ray Rice and his then-fiancee. "Seeing that video changed everything. We should have seen it earlier."