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

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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 […]

Consent Beyond Sex: Why Physical Touch Is Not A Right

Consent beyond sex by Ashley Michelle Fowler

As a society, we must stress the importance of consent beyond sex. People across gender identities should be expected to ask permission in any instance involving physical touch.

5 TED Talks That Will Make You a Better Man

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You’ll be outside the box, less violent, more culturally aware, with a manspace, and less numb if you watch these videos.

7 Words That Can Make You Feel Less Isolated

Dale Thomas Vaughn gives TED Talk about How Great Men Think Alike

How to feel less numb and isolated personally, and how you can help end the racism and sexual violence that stems from men’s fear of otherness.

You Were Raped? Prove It.

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Let’s understand — and help other people understand — that this is our problem, everyone’s problem, not just the problem of a few.

3 Reasons Why Saying ‘Real Men Don’t Rape’ Reinforces Rape Culture

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We’re propagating a dangerous met when we say “real men don’t rape.”

50 Shades of Abuse

50 shades by Andy Magee

To stop abuse before it starts, Elisabeth Corey says we need to start with the belief systems that perpetuate it.

How to Avoid Rape : New York Prison’s Powerful Welcome Video to New Inmates

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Watch what convicts have to say to new inmates about sexual abuse. Shocking ?

We Are All on the Same Team

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We have to look passed labels, appearances and perceived identities.

My Label as a Man Doesn’t Define Me

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Christopher M. Anderson feels his identity as a man runs deeper than society’s definition of manhood.

Young Voices: a 14-Year-Old’s Look at Rape Culture

Young Voices by Chase Carter

At “nerd camp” this summer, 14-year-old Makena McElroy was asked how she would solve a public health issue with $10,000. She chose to take on rape culture.

Stop Thinking Like a Perpetrator: 4 Ways to Better Support Survivors of Sexual Violence

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Jamie Utt shows us four important ways to abandon perpetrator logic and stop denying the pain of survivors.

Kicking the Extra Point: How the NFL Should Take a Stand in Preventing Violence Against Women

Kicking the Extra Point by Bradley Gordon

The Ray Rice story presents a perfect opportunity to stand up against domestic violence. Will the NFL go for it—or will they punt?

Including Men in Campus Outreach

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1in6 Intern and Student Activist Savannah Badalich discusses why it’s important to support male survivors on campus.

Top 10 Roadblocks Colleges Are Coming Up Against in the Fight to Prevent Sexual Assault

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Is Your University’s Programming Complicit, Compliant, or Comprehensive?

George Will: Championing Male Paranoia, Ignorance, and the Status Quo

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Roger Canaff refuses to accept George Will’s attempts to use one anecdote to dismiss the reality of every male or female survivor of sexual violence.