It still amazes Randy Ellison how much strength and peace can come from letting go.
Chris Anderson explains that when the media frames male victims of sexual abuse as “lovers”, the world becomes a less safe place for children.
Svava Brooks explains that you cannot heal your life if you keep giving your power to the people that hurt you then and are hurting you now.
Conversations about sexual violence relegate men to two roles: Bystander or Perpetrator. It’s time to add the third role: Survivor.
Cecil Murphey, a sex abuse survivor, offers a moving meditation about what he’s learned on the path to healing.
Cecil Murphey, the adult, acknowledges the child who experienced childhood sexual abuse. He describes a cathartic inner dialogue between the adult survivor and the wounded inner child.
Jayneen Sanders offers 10 compelling reasons why we should keep finding ways to prevent our children from being sexually abused, and why we should provide effective methods for healing and recovery in the event that such abuse happens.
Many survivors have learned to protect themselves by keeping people and experiences at bay. Here, Randy Ellison shares the moment where he finds the balance between a coping mechanism and letting in the great things life has to offer.
Cecil Murphey believes that once you can start talking about it, you become an instrument of your own healing.
As survivors, we often don’t feel worthy of someone believing our stories. But believe me, you deserve people who are willing to listen.
David Pittman is honest about the most brutal aspects of his past because he needs others to know that there is hope.
David Pittman offers a step-by-step guide for parents on how to talk to kids of all ages about sexual abuse, which can help keep them safe.
Twelve people have come forward with charges of sexual assault, and still Brent Girouex will be set free.
Charles J. Orlando documents the reasonings behind the actions of unfaithful men.
Samuel Mahaffy insists that despite what the Prime Minister says, not all men will resort to violence.
Vaughan Granier has some advice for when you are confronted with the reality of a personal shortcoming.
The advice kids get about their career can have unexpected and unintended consequences years later.
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There’s a new guy in town! Meet Jordan Gray, our new editor for Sex, Love and Relationships.
Jamie Utt compiles the essentials for white folks to know before talking about racism.
Not pithy, sexy, or fun, a relationship checklist to consider before making a serious commitment.
A Gen Y writer wants his generational tribe to slow down on having rampant casual sex.
Treating people the way we want to be treated won’t ever achieve equality. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. A proposed solution.
Like most parents, Jeff Bogle started his career as a dad with a long list of worries. But now that his kids are older, here are some of the things he’s not worrying about any more…
What distinguishes world-class talent is not initial skill. It’s how much work you put in.
Tony the Tiger: Dude’s grrr-eat. What’s not to love?
This teddy bear just won the internet’s heart.
Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts watched in horror as a white guy, high as a kite, got away with crashing his car and hiding his drugs right in front of the cops.
What does it look like to the other person when you can’t put your phone down while having a conversation? This video nails it.