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How are men adapting to new attitudes and ideas about manhood? What are fathers and mentors doing to raise kind, strong, emotionally intelligent sons and daughters? What are men saying to one another about gay rights and homophobia? Where are men and women finding common ground in working for gender justice? What is happening today with men and masculinity? Those are just some of the questions Voice Male has been exploring since its first issue in 1983.

Over the past three decades, what began as the newsletter of an antiviolence men's center has become an important publication chronicling the transformation of masculinities. The changes men have undergone, men's efforts following women in challenging men's violence, and men's ongoing exploration of their interior lives, are central to our vision. Voice Male honors both men’s and women’s contributions to promoting gender equality. It draws inspiration from the world-changing acts of social transformation women have long advanced and counts itself among a growing legion of activist male allies advocating for a new expression of manhood.

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Nonviolent Men: The New Silent Majority
Editor Rob Okun's latest piece in Ms. magazine
'Wanted: Men to Change Masculinity Narrative
At Father’s Day this year, it was hard not to think about the fathers whose children were murdered in mass...
'Voice Male' editor Rob Okun sees move to healthier expressions of manhood
Check out Voice Male editor Rob Okun's latest interview in the Springfield Daily Republican.

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Nonviolent Men: The New Silent Majority

“Women want a men’s movement. We are literally dying for it.”
—Gloria Steinem

It’s way past time to put on the pads, guys. We’ve got to put our shoulders to the wheel of change if we’re going to stop domestic and sexual violence. Are you ready to suit up for the big game? Except, of course, it ain’t no game; the lives of our daughters and sisters, wives and mothers are on the line. › Continue reading

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Friday, September 19th, 2014 Editor's Blog, Front Page No Comments

In the War to Protect Masculinity, Hamas and Israel Make Strange Bedfellows

Benjamin Netanyahu and Khaled Meshaal

 

“A man’s got to do, what a man’s got to do. And a country’s got to do what a country’s got to do.” —Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, July 21, 2014 interview on NBC News

Amid weeks of horror and unconscionable suffering in the Gaza Strip there is a truth hiding in plain sight: Wild West manhood is being played out in the Middle East. Shoot first; ask questions never. Tough talkin’ man up bluster, both from Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu—poster boys for a strain of masculinity so toxic it’s infected thousands of young men on both sides. › Continue reading

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Friday, August 1st, 2014 Editor's Blog No Comments

Wanted: Men to Change Masculinity Narrative

We need more men to wake up to the reality women live with everyday—the possibility of being raped or beaten.

At Father’s Day this year, it was hard not to think about the fathers whose children were murdered in mass killings. My thoughts turned to the fathers—and mothers—of those slain in Isla Vista, California in the aftermath of Elliot Rodger’s misogynist-fueled rampage. Just as the Sandy Hook fathers felt the ache in their hearts, so do these men. › Continue reading

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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 Editor's Blog No Comments