The Internet is a vast place. According to internetlivestats.com, there are now almost one billion websites online (a shade over 970,000,000 at the time of writing). Many of those are focused on guys, boys&rsquo,s needs, and studs&rsquo,s interests.
We certainly don&rsquo,t want to stereotype here at MakeUseOf, but suffice to say that the majority of guys&rsquo,s interests fall into certain broad categories &ndash, DIY, cars, fishing, style, and so on.
Read on to see our list of what we believe to be the twenty one best websites for studs The 7 Websites Every Man Should Be Reading The 7 Websites Every Man Should Be Reading Read More (ladies, who knows, you might find something of interest here too!)
This is possibly the most stereotypical category for fellows. We&rsquo,ve had a fascination with automobiles since Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot built the very first working self-propelled mechanical vehicle 1770 and Karl Benz built the very first motor car in 1885.
The most widely recognisable website for buying and selling cars. Auto Trader was founded in 1997 and aggregates millions of fresh and 2nd palm cars. It&rsquo,ll let you list your car privately, but also offers a way to deal directly with a dealer.
They also have an editorial team who provide a broad range of movies, articles, tips, and advice.
AutoBlog concentrates more on news than buying and selling, however they do have a classified section. Latest articles include everything from analysis of the recently finished F1 British Grand Prix to a review of Chevy&rsquo,s newest pick-up truck.
Lots of people like nothing more than spending a lazy Sunday in their garage, tinkering with their current car, renovating an old classic, or simply washing and waxing their pride and joy.
Popular Mechanics targets all demographics of car mechanics &ndash, from the types who love to lie on their backs under the engine for hours on end to the fair-weather car cleaners.
If you need to know how to fix your car Learn To Diagnose And Fix Your Own Car With These Ten Excellent Websites Learn To Diagnose And Fix Your Own Car With These Ten Excellent Websites These days, cars are computers on wheels, but you can still train yourself to catch fault cues and diagnose problems before you park it in the garage. These ten websites may not make you a. Read More , switch a fuse, clean leather seats, install an in-car entertainment system, or fix squeaky cracks &ndash, this is the site for you.
Significant other bugging you to put up those shelves? Not sure where to commence when renovating your kid&rsquo,s bedroom? Need a mitt in building a garden shed?
DIY projects can suggest good solace from the stresses of daily life &ndash, but they can also be immensely frustrating.
Instructables embarked life in the MIT Media Lab, but has since grown into one of the most widely read DIY sites on the web.
The range of topics they cover is massive, from more joy and friendly articles like &ldquo,How to Make Jello Shots, to the more hard-core &ldquo,Make a Settee Bench from Two Chairs&rdquo, and &ldquo,How to Make a Ten Seater Picnic Table&rdquo,.
They also suggest regular contests, with winners receiving prizes such as spot welders, climate control systems, and digital cameras.
Contrary to its name, going on this site isn&rsquo,t going to land you on a NSA watch-list.
The site concentrates on using everyday objects for something other than their intended purposes. If you want to attempt and use relay boards to make an automated firework launcher or you want to turn yourself into a bionic man, give them a visit.
Do It Yourself
With a name like doityourself.com, it&rsquo,s pretty self-explanatory what this site is all about.
They&rsquo,ve got a range of &ldquo,How to&rdquo, guides, as well as articles on tips and advice on which products to use or buy &ndash, information on how to choose the right air conditioning unit and how to how to renovate your yard/patio area being two examples.
Almost all &ldquo,modern studs&rdquo, love technology. Whether you&rsquo,re a twenty-something who loves having all the latest gadgets, or a silver surfer who&rsquo,s still getting to grips with the Internet, there are sites out there just for you.
The greatest technology site in the world written by the most skilful authors around the globe, MakeUseOf offers articles about every facet of technology for every level of technological capability.
But you already knew that, didn&rsquo,t you?!
Specialising in tech gear for guys, Werd cover gadgets for almost all areas of interest. If you want to know what&rsquo,s the best grill for indoor barbequing, the best clever trainers for running, or the best lamps to illuminate your workspace, Werd will tell you.
The online version of the popular UK-based print magazine, T3 released their very first issue in 1996 and has since grown into the UK&rsquo,s 2nd most popular tech publication.
The website has now become so vast that it employs an entirely separate editorial and writing team from the print release, several of whom are regularly featured on radio and television in Good Britain as industry experts.
There was once a time when style was exclusively the domain of women 7 Womens Style &, Style Blogs That You Should Go after 7 Womens Style &, Style Blogs That You Should Go after Let me embark this post off with a sort of disclaimer: I’m not a woman. Because of that, this article will inevitably be skewed in a certain way. I&rsquo,m not a woman, so I don&rsquo,t. Read More . Fellows had two garments &ndash, work and &ldquo,Sunday best&rdquo, &ndash, what David Beckham was wearing this week was of little concern.
For better or for worse, that&rsquo,s no longer the case.
Oki-ni (which translates to &ldquo,thank you&rdquo, in Japanese) has been online since 2001 and serves as a retail hub for contemporary menswear designers from across the globe.
Aside from listing some of the most fashionable goods for every aspect of a man&rsquo,s life 7 Fellows&rsquo,s Style &, Style Blogs That You Should Go after 7 Boys&rsquo,s Style &, Style Blogs That You Should Go after Ever since the proliferation of services like Blogger (formerly Blogspot) and WordPress in the mid-2000’s, blogging has grown to become one of the largest corners of the Internet. Recently, this corner has been dubbed the. Read More , they also include lots of original content, such as &ldquo,fashionable music playlists&rdquo, and behind-the-scenes articles from style shows and designers&rsquo, studios.
If you&rsquo,re the type of dude who thinks a dinner jacket, cut-offs, and sneakers is a good look, pay The Sartorialist a visit.
They concentrate on catwalk style more than stuff that most of us would consider wearing to go to Walmart, but they also list some of the best books, photos, vintage wear, and biographies from the high-fashion sphere.
Did you get that unexpected urge to look like Justin Bieber or Barack Obama? Famous Garments will display you how to do it on the cheap.
Presently featured celebrities include Ben Affleck, Michael Fassbender, Robert Pattinson, and Tom Brady, but they have hundreds more in their archives.
Like DIY, gardening is another good &ldquo,get away from it all&rdquo, pastime. Tending flower beds and watering shrubs can be a therapeutic release for a busy man&rsquo,s brain.
One of the go-to websites for green-fingered people, Gardeners&rsquo, World is packed with planting guides, practical advice, and design ideas.
It also has a very active forum section, with experts on forearm to reaction any queries you may have.
66 Square Feet
If you live in an apartment or townhouse with only a petite back yard, you needn&rsquo,t worry &ndash, you can still make it aesthetically awesome.
66 Square Feet is a blog about one man&rsquo,s battle to make a little terrace in Brooklyn, Fresh York, the ideal refreshment space. It&rsquo,s rammed with his ideas, successes, and failures &ndash, all of which are supplemented with high-quality photos.
Cold Climate Gardening
If you live in the US, the UK, or Northern or Central Europe, the sad reality for most of you is that your summer will feel like it&rsquo,s six days long and your winter will feel like it&rsquo,s six months long.
With the tagline &ldquo,Hardy plants for hardy souls&rdquo,, the Cold Climate Gardening website aims to help people who aren&rsquo,t blessed with tropical weather maintain a vibrant, interesting, and upbeat garden.
&ldquo,I&rsquo,ll do it as soon as the game finishes&rdquo,. Mitt&rsquo,s up guys &ndash, how many of you have used that excuse to get out of a excursion to your in-laws, the shops, or some other mundane day-to-day activity?!
Bleacher Report has faced slew of criticism since its launch in 2007, but there&rsquo,s no doubt that the astounding range of sports and teams that it covers gives the site broad appeal.
Lots of its content is light on text and effortless to digest, making it the ideal one-stop shop for a quick dose of sports news 8 Android Apps Every Sports Paramour Needs 8 Android Apps Every Sports Paramour Needs If you love sports and have an Android phone or tablet, you need these apps! Read More .
It is often claimed that fishing is the most popular sport in the world. Whether that&rsquo,s true or an urban legend is debatable, but there is no denying that it&rsquo,s one of the most popular hobbies for studs who want to get out of the house.
Fishing Fury looks at all parts of fishing, with sections covering freshwater and saltwater fish, gear, news, and locations. Like other specialist sites, it also has an engaging forum section, where users share everything from record catches to weather updates.
Sports Illustrated is read by an estimated 23 million people per week, of which approximately Eighteen million are masculine.
It covers the four major American sports, the MLS, college sports, and global sports like tennis and golf.
Health and Fitness
Whether you&rsquo,ve got a beach bod, dad bod, or something else entirely, we all need a bit of help and persuasion in maintaining our desired size, weight, and fitness The 8 Best Fitness Gadgets to Help You Get in Form The 8 Best Fitness Gadgets to Help You Get in Form With the enlargening onset of wearable tech, the Internet of things and brainy gadgets, it is now lighter than ever to get in form. Read More level.
The ubiquitous site for keeping yourself healthy. Typical articles concentrate on the training regimes of famous athletes, effective nutrition, and gym workouts.
The site comes with a private trainer instrument &ndash, just put in your currents stats and desired stats and it&rsquo,ll give you a plan of how to make the hop.
Muscle and Fitness
In addition to fitness and workout sections, Muscle and Fitness also has an athletes and celebrities section which includes movies, interviews, pro tips, and behind-the-scenes content.
The site also has a shops and a giveaways section.
Burn the Fat
Burn the Fat is the blog of best-selling author Tom Venuto. He began his career as a bod builder, but has since gone on to become a writer, TV personality, and social media sensation.
In his own words, his blog is all about helping &ldquo,people get leaner, stronger, fitter and healthier&rdquo,. He supports an &ldquo,all-natural&rdquo, treatment to fitness and nutrition, meaning no drugs or enhancers in either the gym or on your dinner plate.
Your &ldquo,Manly&rdquo, Sites
In most lists we publish on MakeUseOf we attempt to cover all the stuff you need to know about. With a list of this magnitude, however, it&rsquo,s unlikely &ndash, we know we&rsquo,ve missed some.
What are your most man-friendly sites? Ladies, what sites does your fucking partner spend most of his time on?
We&rsquo,d love to know. Let us know your ideas and thoughts in the comments below.
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LSTNSound.co might not be directly related to boys for mens content but they have rad headphones and speakers than any man or woman would love and makeuseof 🙂
66 Square Feet is written by a woman!
Thank you for a truly good laugh. As much as I appreciate your including my blog, 66 Square Feet in your list, I am not a man, but. wait for it. a WOMAN. (As even the briefest of visits to 66 Square Feet would expose).
But gravely, Dan – was it my moustache that gave me away?
Whoa. That’s funny. I read your blog attempting to get my head around whether you were still in the appt, fully missed the ‘About You’! So sorry!
This one also good website for fellows, Almost covers every section mentioned in this article.
I also downright agree with the others about Art Of Manliness, it’s an awesome website.
Fine article Dan!
Should be called 21 best websites for the metrosexual rich man. Only a duo of these sites are even pleasurable for the average man and they are sports related. I went to Werd and was greeted with a $10k music box. $10k? My car costs that much. How the hell can I afford a music box that expensive?
Style sites? I don’t know a single MAN that gives a rat’s butt what stores think is fashionable. And once again the prices are for people that make more than I, or anyone I know could desire of paying. $200 for a T-shirt? That’s Ten shirts in my closet. This reminds me of reading Maxim or my wifey’s Cosmo. They think everyone is making $150k. The vast majority of Americans make less than $50k. Where’s our Kohl’s style.
DIY and Instructibles are fine sites for the fellow who has a spare lathe or table eyed/drill laying around, ie: few of us. It is still neat to see you can make that at home, if only you had the money and time.
Enough of a rant. Get in touch with the everyday man. We are not all Fresh Yorkers or Californians. Some of us dress in khakis and a polo everyday.
Instructables has a lot of things to make using no contraptions and only using household items. even kids are putting projects there.
couldn’t have put it better myself. Totally agree with you. So many sites for today’s Lady Boy who has more money than sense!
You missed out to add “Art of Manliness” in the list. It’s an amazing site. It is worth some applause. Check that out.
And they missed porn. 😛 That’s a very first in an article recommending websites for fellows I think.
LOL. Stephan, Dan missed it very likely because the list is fatter than the half of the list available on Whois database.. 😀
I 2nd it. Artofmanliness.com is the single best “Manly” website on the planet. I can never imagine such a list without Art of Manliness.
Hell yeah! And what indeed makes it the best is it covers stuff of interest to all kinds of studs. Not just the type ranted about above
I would say that grindr is very friendly to fellows. Very, very friendly. That might actually be putting it mildly. Maybe too friendly, depending on what it is you do with your man friends.
One more article to bookmark !! Very useful set of informatin !!
Glad you liked it Arul!
Dan is a British expat living in Mexico. He is presently the Social Editor for MakeUseOf. He was formerly the Creative Editor and Finance Editor. Prior to his writing career, he was a Financial Consultant. He holds various certifications from the University of Leeds, the University of Cambridge, and the&hellip,