How can campuses expand their efforts and support for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse?
“Today my niece is such a normal, healthy, rambunctious first grader, that it is hard to believe she ever got off to such a fragile start.”
This comment by KatyD on the post A Dad Documents His Premature Son’s First Year of Life
Running out of water: The looming crisis and solutions to conserve our most precious resource.
Gary Dietz offers insights, resources and support to dads who are raising children with disabilities.
Recognizing domestic violence against men is not easy, but it is urgently necessary.
How do we best create healing and resources for sexual violence victims on our college campuses?
There are risks of increasing restrictive residency rules for sex offenders while reducing their access to resources, and monitoring.
Quit congratulating yourself for “doing your best” and figure out why you failed.
Can you afford not to?
“We can’t support boys and men who are struggling when we believe that their struggles make them weak.”
These are comments by JJ and Joanna Schroeder on the post “Lead a Good Life, Everyone: Trey Malone’s Suicide Note”.
Do we choose our partners based on adaptations humans formed a million years ago, or on the realities of modern life?
Are you sick of everyone? As the population grows, so do the stressors on the earth and one another.
We celebrate the strength, character, and courage of fathers who are survivors of abuse.
This is a comment by Archy on the post “David Beckham, Jeremy Lin and Eli Manning: Taking a Stand Against Violence Against Women”.
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the post “Fellatio and the End of the World”.