Caitlin Dewey of The Washington Post has described the manosphere as “a vast, diverse network of blogs and forums.”[2] According to The Guardian columnist Eva Wiseman, the manosphere is “a mix of men – pick-up artists, male victims of abuse, father’s rights proponents – who come together online.”[4] NotableContinue Reading The manosphere (portmanteau of man and sphere) or androsphere[1] (from Ancient Greek: ἀνήρ, anēr, genitive ἀνδρός, andros, “man”) is a name given to a loose and informal network of blogs, forums[2] and websites, with internet commentators focusing on issues relating to men and masculinity, as a male counterpart toContinue Reading