A body of writing on ‘inclusive masculinity’ has emerged in scholarship on men and masculinities. Pioneered by Eric Anderson and developed further by others such as Mark McCormack, this work makes both empirical claims about shifts in masculinity, sexuality, and homophobia, and conceptual claims about how to theorise masculinities. This work also has attracted critique and commentary. Here, we have collected recent examples of commentary on inclusive masculinity theory. Further additions are welcome.