This student initiated 1-credit tutorial seeks to compliment other Marlboro courses concerned with gender, society, politics, ethics and social theory. It focuses, specifically, on the relationship of men to feminist social critique and the social construction of masculinity in North America. It also incorporates the intersection of race, class, sexuality and gender. The aim of this course is to equip participants with a better understanding of these topics so as to inform their social engagement in and beyond the Marlboro community. This course employs multimedia source materials from various academic fields including sociology, philosophy, social ethics, art, psychology, cultural criticism, journalism, and beyond. The course prioritizes student synthesis and group discussion of course material.