Summer 2016 Edition

Summer 2016 Edition

Dads Don’t Babysit; It’s Called Parenting Men, Masculinities and Climate Change Transgender Rights Under Attack An Apology for Sixties Anti-War Sexism Black Men as Anti-Rape Continue reading »

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Fear vs. Safety in North Carolina

Fear vs. Safety in North Carolina

No cities or states that have passed legislation supporting transgender rights have witnessed increases in sexual assaults in public restrooms after the laws have gone Continue reading »

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Why is the Orlando Murderer’s Gender Not Central to the Story?

Why is the Orlando Murderer’s Gender Not Central to the Story?

Until or unless we make the murderer’s gender a central part of not just this story, but of the larger effort to prevent mass shootings (that have traditionally solely focused on gun control and mental health), we won’t succeed in preventing such horrors in the future. We have talked about nearly all those other factors: access to guns, his mental health, his homophobic views. What about the manhood part?

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Dear Donald

Dear Donald

The editor of Voice Male magazine says he has come into possession of a letter God recently sent to real estate mogul and presidential candidate, Continue reading »

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A Campaign to Raise Healthy Sons

A Campaign to Raise Healthy Sons

After the Oregon Shootings By Rob Okun What if we treated every man who wants to buy a gun like every woman who wants to Continue reading »

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God Responds to Kim Davis

Voice Male magazine, a publication chronicling the profeminist men’s movement, reports that it has come into possession of a memo from God to Kim Davis, the Continue reading »

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Men Sayin No to Violence Against Women

Men Saying No to Violence Against Women

Major league baseball beginning domestic violence prevention workshops at Spring training. The White House launching the It’s on Us initiative to prevent sexual assault. Emma Continue reading »

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Single child at Sandy Hook vigil.

Raising Healthy Boys—and Helping At Risk Men—After Newtown

Is the U.S. population so psychically numb that news of another “school shooting” barely registers? The day before the first anniversary of the gut-wrenching Newtown massacre, an 18 year-old male shot another student and then killed himself as a sheriff’s deputy closed in on him, foiling his plans to use a backpack full of weapons and ammunition on students and staff at a Colorado high school.

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