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Mental Health
Must Listen Podcast from XY

An interview with Euan Plater, the man behind the best new podcast about men that’s out there: XY

Lomo'Instant Wide
Culture
Win a Lomo’ Instant Wide Camera with lenses worth £165 + two tickets to our workshop

In preparation for the launch of our BOM community, we are offering one lucky email subscriber the chance to win a Lomo' Instant Wide Camera with lenses worth £165 + Two Tickets to our Workshop for Better Mental health on the 19th May worth £60.

Mental Health
Win Better Mental Health Workshop Tickets!

We are offering 10 lucky email subscribers a pair of tickets to The Book of Man's Workshop for Better Mental Health on the 19th May. In order to be entered you need to sign up to our email in the sign up form below. By signing up you automatically become a BOM member, with loads of great benefits which we will announce soon.

book of man festival
Culture
Take our survey and win tickets to the festival of new masculinity.

As a loyal visitor to The Book of Man we would like you to answer a short survey on behalf of our Festival of New Masculinity partner Freedom Brewery. Everyone who takes the survey will be entered into a competition and 3 lucky winners will win a pair of tickets to the festival PLUS a case of Freedom beer.

Hide thinning hair
Grooming
How To Hide Thinning Hair And Regain Confidence

Most men would rather have a tiny penis than go bald. Not this man, but why should we have to trade. Why do we care so much about thinning hair?

how to stop thinning hair
Grooming
Men Would Rather Have A Tiny Penis Than Go Bald

A recent survey of UK men said they would rather have a tiny penis, or have their partner cheat on them, or have their internet browsing history shared online, than lose their hair. Wow. Hair expert Jamie Stevens here writes about what men can do to curb their worst fear.

Mark Sandford
Grooming
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. One Man’s Brutal Confession.

The Book of Man's Co-Founder, Mark Sandford, comes clean about his diminishing hairline and the great and bizarre lengths he has gone to in an attempt to fake his own hair.