Gentlemen's Quarterly (GQ) finally got around to publishing an article on the Men's Conference A Voice for Men organized and hosted last year. Better late than never, I guess, although you would expect a men's magazine to be a little more active when it comes to men's issues. The writer, Jeff Sharlet, identifies himself as the husband of a Women's Studies professor, so we can probably infer pretty accurately what his sexual politics are. And that's what makes this article interesting - for a hit piece it is surprisingly feeble. He engages in a list of desperate gimmicks to make his point and even then he can't find much to actually criticize, so he resorts to innuendo and mischaracterization.