Far too Often Male Victims of Sexual Assault Keep Mum

Far too Often Male Victims of Sexual Assault Keep Mum

Sexual assaults on men are rarely reported to authorities, a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll of current and recent college students discovered. Survey results revealed Continue reading »

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Masculinity, Compassion, and Self-Compassion

Masculinity, Compassion, and Self-Compassion

By Edward M. Adams Athenians prayed to Eleos, the goddess of mercy and compassion. The intersession of Eleos was considered helpful to cope with the Continue reading »

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Mail Bonding

Mail Bonding

A Natural Desire for Survival Voice Male’s vision, expressed clearly and artfully, is and must be shared by as many as can see truth and Continue reading »

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Poetry: Da Rules

Da Rules

By Em Allison, Marvin Hodges, and Saidu Tejan-Thomas “Da Rules” is a spoken word poem written in collaboratively by Em Allison, Marvin Hodges and Saidu Continue reading »

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Black Masculinity Matters

Black Masculinity Matters

My Masculinity Helps: Trailer from David Hambridge on Vimeo. by Damon Hastings My Masculinity Helps Directed by Marc A. Grimmett, 30 minutes, 2013 Director of Continue reading »

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PTSD and Our Vets

PTSD and Our Vets

Uncovering The Wounds Within By Mark I. Nickerson and Joshua S. Goldstein America has its hand—if not its heart—in many wars: Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, the Continue reading »

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India: A Hard Place to Be a Woman

India: A Hard Place to Be a Woman

By Mel Gurtov A democracy is supposed to have the advantage of affording people of any social class, gender, or religious or ethnic group the Continue reading »

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Turning Canadian Wise Guys into Caring Men

Turning Canadian Wise Guys into Caring Men

By Leslie Garrett Every Thursday at Georges P. Vanier Junior High School, a dozen adolescent boys assemble in an unused classroom. They gather around a Continue reading »

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Female Online Harassment Is Terrorism. Period.

Female Online Harassment Is Terrorism. Period.

By Annie Thériault Several months ago I was on television speaking about rape culture. It was shortly after the allegations against Jian Ghomeshi (the former Continue reading »

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Ending Violence in Turkey and Beyond

Ending Violence in Turkey and Beyond

By Murat Goc Patriarchy and masculine violence have secured their throne in Turkey, even though some (hilariously) hailed the president as a “revolutionary” who tore Continue reading »

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First Prevent, Then End, Child Marriage

First Prevent, Then End, Child Marriage

Acknowledging that child, early, and forced marriage presents a serious and persistent violation of the rights of young women and girls and causes irreparable damage Continue reading »

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My Grandmother Was Vilified for Being a Woman

My Grandmother Was Vilified for Being a Woman

UPDATE: A recently declassified grand jury testimony by Ethel Rosenberg’s brother, David Greenglass, has cast doubt on her role in the conspiracy. To learn more, Continue reading »

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Including Boys in Campus Sexual Assault Prevention

By Karen Galbraith, LSW It would be easy for me to say that the theme for Sexual Assault Awareness Month back in April—Preventing Campus Sexual Continue reading »

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Can Men Be Feminists?

Can Men Be Feminists?

The website “Everyday Feminism” (everydayfeminism.com) explores the nuances of patriarchal oppression. Sometimes, though, they step back from the complexities of feminist thought to help readers Continue reading »

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Men @ Work: Summer 2015 Edition

Men @ Work: Summer 2015 Edition

      Campus Accountability and Safety Finally? With sexual assaults and rapes on college campuses a national crisis, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has introduced Continue reading »

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Hillary Clinton and the “Quincy Solution” to Prevent Domestic Violence

By Barry Goldstein and Maralee McLean An innovative community antiviolence program that has helped communities, including Quincy, MA., Nashville, TN., and San Diego, CA., effectively Continue reading »

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