Writers Jeffrey Boakye & JJ Bola look at how language is used to define or constrain black male identity in a post-colonial world. If you're not a roadman or a baller, who are you?
Ben runs in the Peak District to boost his mental health after a suicide attempt two years ago.
The Greatest Dancer judge Todrick Hall on wanting to be a dancer when he was growing up in Texas.
So how big is the world of cosmetics for men? Sasha Twining meets Daniel Gray who set up his own company after dealing with his own body dysmorphia.
Shinjiro Koizumi is the first Japanese minister and MP to take paternity leave.
By Joshua Haigh
Sam Thompson was raped by two men after getting separated from his girlfriend on a night out in Manchester.
Belinda Gardiner sets up the Clydach Men's Shed after hearing about the worldwide scheme.
A group has been set up for footballers to talk about mental health issues.
The RammyMen group in Lancashire hopes to prevent men taking their own lives by giving them opportunities for socialising and sport.
Around 12,000 men are taking part in activities provided by the Irish Men’s Sheds Association on a daily basis.
Meet the men whose lives have been changed by burlesque
By Hannah Richardson
BBC News education and social affairs reporter