"Men, Sex and Relationships" draws on writings from the influential magazine of sexual politics "Achilles Heel" (first published in 1978). The magazine sought to explore questions of masculinity from a standpoint which was sympathetic to the feminist critique of male power. It aimed to make public, collective explorations of mens' emotional and sexual lives and relationships. This collection focuses upon issues of childhood, sexualities and sexual identities, violence in its different dimensions, men's health, relationships and therapy. The book also includes an introductory essay by the editor which examines how the relationship of sexuality should be related to power as part of a movement for change. Wide-ranging and stimulating, the essays collected here present readers with an agenda of subjects for debate and research. They call upon men to confront the repressed aspects of their emotional involvement with others.