‘I Thought I Was Incapable of This Behavior’ and Other Lessons from Stanford Cases

Facing the regret, guilt, and part of us we didn’t know was there can start to make us better men.

Comment of the Day: ‘man, I wish that had happened to me is not a joke’

Rape is rape and there should be compassion for all genders.

The Accountability of Rape

I refuse to believe people like Brock Turner somehow define a dark shadow that resides in all men.

A Nightmare on College Street

“You don’t know me, but you’ve been inside me, and that’s why we’re here today.”—victim’s statement read aloud at Brock Turner’s sentencing.

#BeTheSwede – Why We Need to Intervene

Together, we were all guilty of collective inaction.

Women are Crazy, Men are Dogs

If you think some women are crazy and some men are dogs you are probably right –here’s why…

Comment of the Day: ‘males tend to be forgotten and disbelieved that they can even be a victim’

Men and boys are also victims of rape and often forgotten.

Comment of the Day: ‘Complete lack of remorse from the boy’

When the parents are in denial for the child’s deeds, the child will never be emotionally whole.

For All the Good Men Out There, Regardless of the Despicable Few

For all the men who give humanity a bad name, there are good men and dads who renew our faith.

Select Voices on the Subject of Rape from The Good Men Project

Highlights from the voices that have weighed in on the Stanford rape case. And an invitation to be part of the conversation.

Help Myself to Her or Help Her? He Might Have Asked the Right Question—with the Right Dad’s Guidance

What is the right response for men when you encounter a helpless person?

6 Signs Your Daughter is Dating Brock Turner

A difficult conversation with your daughter about her relationships can be awkward and uncomfortable, but it might just be the talk that keeps her safe.

An Open Letter To Dan Turner on Rape and Rape Culture

Father of three, Michael Sutherland, pens a letter to Brock Turner’s father.

What To Say When You Find Out Your Kid Is A Rapist

Alyssa Royse is outraged that Brock Turner was convicted of violently raping an incapacitated woman, but his father, Dan, thinks his loss of appetite is enough punishment. Here is her advice to dad.

To Brock Turner’s Father, From Another Father

Because one vile act against another human being is one too many and we don’t get a do-over when we do unspeakable things.

A Danger To Others

Katherine Fritz cannot comprehend Judge Persky’s statement that convicted rapist Brock Turner “will not be a danger to others.” The power of privilege is a danger to us all.