Two students wearing T-shirts which read "Party with consent" in bright neon colors.

Partying with Consent

By Jonathan Kalin In 2012, I had an idea to end sexual assault on college campuses. What if students would “party with consent?” I was Continue reading »

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Spring 2015 Edition

Spring 2015 Edition

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A boy in a baseball uniform sitting in the dugout.

Mothering Sons, Mentoring Men

By Joann Bautti As I drove my 10-year-old son home from his Little League baseball game, I listened to his excited chatter about his team Continue reading »

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Why Involve Men in Feminism?

Why Involve Men in Feminism?

By Nikki van der Gaag I have been a feminist since my early twenties. I have marched against violence against women and in favor of Continue reading »

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Around the globe the number of men’s organizations challenging violence against women is growing, particularly in North America.

Beyond the Mantras: Working with Men to End Violence Against Women

By Michael Flood It is high time to take stock of efforts to involve men in preventing violence against women. In particular, it is time Continue reading »

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Men, Feminism, and Accountability

Men, Feminism, and Accountability

Among the profeminist activists who appear in the new book, Some Men, are, from the left: Paul Kivel, Emiliano Diaz de Leon, Craig Norberg-Bohm, Quentin Continue reading »

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“We have made tremendous gains (led by LGBTQ-rights campaigns and organizations) in challenging homophobia and heterosexism.”

Why We Should Celebrate Men Working for Change

After reading the article “From MenEngaged to Men—and Women—Being Enraged” (Fall 2014), by Gary Barker, White Ribbon Campaign cofounder and longtime profeminist activist Michael Kaufman Continue reading »

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Young Men in India Challenging Sexism and Rape Culture

Young Men in India Challenging Sexism and Rape Culture

By Harish Sadani When he was in college nine years ago, Sunil Chachar did masonry work and sold flowers for a living. After attending a Continue reading »

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Men @ Work: Spring 2015 Edition

Men @ Work: Spring 2015 Edition

High School Boys Say No to Violence High school boys are learning to say no to sexual assault and domestic violence. Two greater Chicago organizationsare Continue reading »

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MEN FOR EQUALITY: Members of MASVAW were among the delegates from 94 countries attending the Men and Boys for Gender Justice global symposium in New Delhi.

Indian Men Redefining Masculinity

By Ruhi Kandhari In a break from tradition in the discourse about violence against women, a group of Indian men is offering an alternative view Continue reading »

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from selma to american sniper

Manhood’s Road: From “Selma” to “American Sniper”

by David Masciotra Selma and American Sniper present two different heroes of two dramatically different historical narratives and between two conflicting conceptions of heroism. There Continue reading »

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