Asher Black

Asher is a fabulist, maximist, humorist, and raconteur. By day, he works with companies to find and tell their story effectively. By night, he is a human bonfire.
Academic treatments of manhood.

Why I don’t rely on an academic version of manhood.

“You have any thoughts of your own on this matter? Or is that your thing: you come into a bar, read some obscure passage and pawn it off as your own idea just to impress some girls and embarrass my friend?” – Will Hunting

Stories of Manhood in Action

We’re better in a bundle than on the fringes.

Manhood can’t be conferred by a group. Political factions, cults, gangs, militias—these don’t make us men. They’re distractions. There’s no store-bought manhood. We’re told all that noise is manhood, but it’s suspiciously frail, fearful, and weak.

Manhood Podcast

A show about being a man.

There are widespread human qualities, not exclusive to men, that we regard as manly. So what does masculine culture say about them, and why are they so central to a man’s identity? And what do they have to do with tools, dogs, cars and trucks, fishing and sports, protecting and providing, risk-taking and leadership?


SPAM ain't manly. We'll make it count or piss off.

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