This Guy Studies Man Caves for a Living; Here’s What He’s Learned

No one is more masculine at work than Tristan Bridges. An assistant professor of sociology at SUNY Brockport, Bridges focuses on the ways men resist, reproduce and ignore changes in gender relations. Toward this end, he has studied male bodybuilders, men who are feminists, fathers’ rights activists and male bar regulars. His current research involves couples — both straight and gay — who have man caves in their homes. He recently shared some of his early findings with MEL.

Read our full interview with Bridges here.

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