We all know anger isn’t conducive to healing from abuse. But how do we stop being angry?
In “Yeah Maybe, No” filmmaker Kelly Kend interviews a male rape survivor and explores the dynamics of doubt that cloud our collective understanding of consent.
David Pittman, and other survivors like him, are frustrated with how sexual predators have been getting away with the murder of the innocence of childhood.
Amy Daves explores how the sexual abuse of boys by adult females is often dismissed if the perpetrator is attractive.
Two years ago his wife was kidnapped, stabbed, shot and sexually assaulted by nine men. Here’s the story, the mistakes he made in trying to help and the lessons he wants to put into the world for other men who may find themselves in a similar situation.
One of the significant issues with male survivors is that we generally believe we are alone, the only one. In fact, most of us are alone because of the walls of protection we build around ourselves.
We need a responsible, open discussion that acknowledges the part we all can play in preventing and responding to sexual abuse.
Jayneen Sanders offers 10 compelling reasons why we should keep finding ways to prevent our children from being sexually abused, and why we should provide effective methods for healing and recovery in the event that such abuse happens.
I had no words, he had no words; we just had sighs and long periods of silence when we learned of a 16 year-old black boy in Philadelphia sexually assaulted during a stop-and-frisk.
Cecil Murphey believes that once you can start talking about it, you become an instrument of your own healing.
Aya de Leon examines how children create stories to get themselves through brutal times. And some children never grow up.
Alexander Yarde is frustrated with the media encouraging rape culture with dangerous rape scenes, such as the one in the “Breaker of Chains” episode of Game of Thrones.
Christian Ward screwed up the cabinets. An honest mistake, but one which caused him to take a long look at his ideas of what it meant to be a man.
Ken Goldstein appeared on Stuart Varney’s business show and was surprised at the level of rage the conversation sparked.
Theresa Byrne offers seven situations in which we might fall for a sociopath.
Have you worked an absolutely terrible job, a truly odd job, or a dream job? Guyhood wants your story.
Bad men try to do a little good working from inside Alabama’s dysfunctional prison system.
Jenny Glick shares her key for better and more frequent sex: Let go of the stereotypes you hold about about desire.
Like any other parent, my main hope when my wife, Rachel, and I discovered we were going to have a baby was that it would be healthy…In January 2013, when my daughter, Eloise, had just turned four, that hope was shattered
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Ben Stich knows you love your kids more than you hate your ex. Here’s how you can show it.
“I was almost killed by men with shotguns, on a raft, down a river.” Sounds like the start of a blues song to us.
Pete Louison tells passes along sage advice to his twenty-something year old kids who are about to enter the workforce.
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