Bias from Multiple Angles: An Idea Called Intersectionality

Bias comes in many different forms, and it doesn’t always add up the way we expect.

When “Check Your Male Privilege” Becomes a Bludgeon

Mark Greene believes a monolithic view of male privilege will impede progress toward gender equality.

I Am Not a Label; We Are One Race, The Human Race (Video)

Prince EA Speaks on Society’s Official Labels As the Real Cause of Division

Here’s What Is (and is Not) Working in Men’s Work on College Campuses

Men’s groups are becoming more popular on college campuses, but is their work really all that good for the world?

Enthusiastic Consent and the Intersectionality of Solutions

And you thought ‘enthusiastic consent’ was only sexual. Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project.

That Time I had Sex with Another Queer Cripple

Doing it “disabled style”. Andrew Morrison-Gurza had never been more excited or more utterly terrified of anything in his whole life.

Seeing Privilege as Myth: How Men Can Be Better Allies For Women

A man’s harassment of a female bartender inspired Sincere Kirabo to learn from women how men can help.

My Transman Identity

Anthony Doubek invites you to join in the revolution of rejecting gender confinement and creating space for new identities.

That’s So Raven—On Keeping Whiteness at a High Premium

Billy Flood hopes someday Raven-Symoné will look in the mirror and be proud of the Black gay woman she is.

When Social Justice Forgets Its Compassion

Kimberly Foster of won’t march on behalf of Eric Garner, because she’s only concerned with women at the moment.

What a BuzzFeed Quiz Taught Me About Privilege

BuzzFeed’s “How Privileged Are You?” quiz exposed to Pauline Gaines the blind spots in her understanding of privilege. She also discovered the ominous limitations of such a test.

On Not Speaking For Other People

Are you speaking up for others, or are you shouting them down?

Dominant Group Privilege: Contextual, Conditional, Intersectional

To fully understand privilege we must break through its hard outer shell.

What Happens When White Fathers Leave Their Black Daughters?

Bea Hinton grew up hoping her white father would show up on the doorstep and whisk her away into a happy white family, the kind she sees on TV. That never happened. Here’s what did.

I Almost Witnessed a Hate Crime

“I am a person of color and I am gay, and I live within a LGBTQ community that seems to not be able to reconcile that.”

Intersectionality: Challenging Though Essential for Liberation

Warren Blumenfeld with a personal essay on where our social identities come from and how we live with them.