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Here is a life from before birth to the author now in his seventies, a volume I would recommend to any millennial wondering where is a past she can look to, searching for a gay person to admire. Because both are here. Continue Reading Books

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Men Telling Their Own Stories

Jocelyn (Josie) Lehrer may have been ahead of her time when she watched the first performance of her brainchild, the Men’s Story Project (MSP), in Berkeley, California, in 2008. Ten years later, the project is positioned to fill an important role as society begins to seriously confront destructive expressions of masculinity as well as the challenges, struggles and joys of being a man today. Continue Reading Men Telling Their Own Stories

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Antisexist Books and Films to Educate and Inspire

If one way men can respond to the #MeToo moment is by listening to women, a good place to start is by reading books by and about women across the ethnic/racial and sexual orientation spectrum. Similarly, men seeking greater insight into men’s role in the changing sociocultural landscape can acquaint themselves with the rich body of work that men and women have produced over the past generation that focuses on men and multiracial, multiethnic masculinities. Continue Reading Antisexist Books and Films to Educate and Inspire

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Doing the Work

What’s going on with men? That’s the question writer and women’s transformational coach Bethany Webster has been asking in the wake of the #MeToo movement. Noting that men and women alike are grappling with the sobering reality of rampant misogyny, she observes, “As a culture, we’re left to ask, why do so many men have the impulse to disrespect, hate or violate women? Where does that impulse really come from? And how do we stop it?” Continue Reading Doing the Work

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Spring 2018

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Voice Male: the Book