Andrew Smiler lists six reasons why we should stop laughing at male victims of violence.
After prolonged exposure to the Sandusky and Lynn trials, it’s natural for a survivor to crave the safety of his own shell.
A successful entrepreneur, Chris Carlton regards recovery from childhood sexual abuse as a side-project he will be working on for a long time.
In the world of dialogue about sexual violence, it’s time the language include men as more than aggressors. They are also victims, and we must acknowledge their experiences.
We need to get over the myth that men are invulnerable to sexual victimization at the hands of women says Hugo Schwyzer.
Intriguing new INDIEGOGO comic book anthology SPECULATE—a love letter to the old pulp scifi/crime novels—needs our help Geeknation!
Chris Crass interviews Kate Shapiro about SONG, a Pro-Black, Pro-Working Class, Pro- Feminist, and Pro-Immigrant organization in the South.
American foreign policy has long been governed by ideas of masculinity. Now it’s time to evaluate what that has meant for our nation – and how we should redefine “masculinity” in the future.
“I decided I wasn’t going to wallow in self-pity and feel sorry for myself. I was just going to get on with it, and make the best of what I’ve got left.”
JuVan Langford on what stops us from feeling and being “man enough”.
Aleasa Word Shares The Roadmap to Better Social & Decision Making Skills for Kids
Patty Beach and Roger Toennis explore gender archetypes in the workplace and how the “V-Factor” can bring out the best in your employees.
Jim Mondry has achieve significant success as a professional leader. He credits those accomplishments to things he learned from becoming a parent. He shares them here.
Chris Crass shares notes for white religious leaders in majority white denominations who want to give a #BlackLivesMatter sermon.
Tor Constantino shares three personal qualities you can cultivate to become a rockstar at love and relationships.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with a group of African American men in which their share how they are feelings as Black men in America on Independence Day 2015
Kile Ozier imagines a conversation he might have with a friend in need. Because he understands.
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