There is a lot of literature through which we get to know menstruation better, but little is known about male relationship towards it. Menstruation has been historically stigmatized by most societies and cultures. The relationship of a particular society towards menstruation is also a reflection of the attitude towards women. The lack of men's knowledge about menstruation can significantly affect the position of women, so in my thesis I write about male attention towards menstruation, since their participation in open dialogues helps to understand society at a deeper level. In the theoretical part, I present the masking of menstruation through history and medical discourse, menstruation as a social stigma, gender and gender differences, I define masculinity and get to a conclusion that it changes over time and space. This is followed by an empirical part, whereby using a qualitative method, I conduct semi-structured interviews with ten male interviewers of different ages, and I find that men in a modern society are ready for an open discussion about menstruation, and thus represent an important contribution to the society.