Ever since COVID started, there's been way less activity here and almost no interesting threads. My guess is that most of us have been dating less so many of us don't feel the urge to debate gender norms.

There was about a dozen threads a day before COVID hit and now we're down to two.

I liked this place not just because it offered great debate on gender norms but because people here would post links to interesting articles. I learned many new things about gender norms here.

Really, /r/arethestraightsok seems to have surpassed this place in quality of gender norm debates.

Me personally, I liked reading about how society pressures men to essentially be providers for their children and not really form emotional bonds.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/02/if-you-want-marriage-equals-then-date-equals/606568/

^ That was a very enlightening article posted before COVID hit.

What do you come here for? What have you learned from here? What articles do you wish everyone would read?