US Troops Ordered to Turn a Blind Eye to Child Rape By Afghani Troops

There was a startling report this week that U.S. troops were told to turn a blind eye to the sexual abuse and enslavement of young boys by Afghani army commanders.

Men, Have You Grieved for Women Yet?

Is grief appropriate? Is it healing? Jonathan Delavan shares his emotional epiphany on a sensitive issue.

I Know Owen Labrie

Nathan Graziano realizes he is a part of the culture that created Owen Labrie. We all are.

For Frat Boys: 6 Easy Ways To Not Rape Someone This Year

Ignorance is not an excuse for rape.

What Nobody Wants To Admit About Rape Culture

Nobody’s in favor of rape, but it keeps on happening. What’s not working?

Childhood Horror: 5 Ways to Identify Abuse

Sometimes your children are crying for help in ways we cannot understand.

Making Things Whole for Cambodian Men: Combining All The Steps in Healing

Rick Goodwin attempts to heal men’s soul wounds: the bleeding of their hearts, the psychic suffering. He works to lay to rest ghosts that do not sleep, ghosts originating from unfathomable sources of pain.

The Octogenarian Asks the Feminist Sex Educator

Alice Isak raises important questions about consent and what it actually looks like and means.

Is the Man Box Preventing You from Confronting Past Abuse?

Is your definition of masculinity keeping you from healing past wounds?

Difficult Conversations: Raising Awareness on Campus with 1BlueString

1 in 6 men have survived childhood sexual abuse. By reaching out to them in college, 1BlueString helps them start recovery early.

What Bill Cosby Means for Hillary Clinton

If the rape allegations against Bill Clinton are true, Hillary Clinton needs to get on them right now.

About the Endless Deaths of Bill Cosby

The tragedy of Bill Cosby is that he’s now a memory of what never was.

How the Word ‘Victim’ Can Make Rape Feel Like It’s Your Fault

Rape ‘survivor’ Dani Bostick claims the label victim, but she doesn’t let it shame or define her.

No, Stop, and More: the Reality of Fear for A Mother’s Son

How do we separate our own fears from parenting realities? Malleable Mom Ashley Fuchs recounts teaching when no means no.   — I heard peals of laughter coming from the other room. I smiled, knowing the sound of my husband tickling our then three-year-old daughter. “No! STOP!” After a brief pause, the laughter continued. Then, it happened […]

Male Rape: A Growing Epidemic That Must Be Confronted 

From the military to college campuses, private homes, and all parts of American society, male rape and sexual assault is not a new phenomenon.