Late Spring, Dignity

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In this sobering poem from Laura McCullough, we get a glimpse at wounded pride and its relationship to misogyny.

13 Reasons Why Sexual & Domestic Violence is Not Just a Women’s Issue

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More and more men are bringing their strong hearts and minds to the issues of violence prevention and want to be part of solutions.

Chivalry is Dead? Ha! It’s Alive and Needed Now More Than Ever.

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“The age of chivalry is never past, so long as there is a wrong left unredressed on earth.”

Rated M for Misogyny

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Eric Robillard can find any movie to match his mood, but what he can’t tolerate is violence against women as a form of entertainment

Call for Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: Superheroes Not Wanted*

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Alan Smith is asking you to #bethatguy.

Masks Off – A Challenge to Men

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Slam Poet Jeremy Loveday says #MensLetsTalk about gender violence

Men, We Have a Problem With Online Abuse

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Shouldn’t we be pleased that men who abuse women online are being held to account?

Violence & Silence: Jackson Katz asks, “What’s Going On With Men?”

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Sarah Hope looks at the ways in which men have been largely erased in the discussion of gender and violence against women, as proposed by Jackson Katz.

One Billion Rising

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On V-Day’s 15th Anniversary, Eve Ensler’s “One Billion Rising” anti-violence campaign goes global

A Father’s Pledge to Help End Domestic Violence

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Jason Greene commits to being a role model for his children about how to end domestic violence.

The Death of Innocence at Amherst College

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Avery Stone’s candid piece about the culture of sexual assault at Amherst College

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The Slut Walk for Men

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Donald D’Haene brings us the origin of the word “slut,” as well as his support of the White Ribbon Campaign raising awareness of violence against women.

Regarding the Suppression of Men’s Issues

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Mark Greene believes our male cultural history, the steps we took to get here, make ignoring boys and men as victims a likely outcome.

6 Things Men Can Do to Help Prevent Violence Against Women

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A poster to share with your community that details ways in which men can help prevent sexual harassment and assault against women.

A Reader Responds to Chris Brown Post

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“Tearful begging. Apologies. Right hook to chin. Falling down as blood spilled from my mouth and flooded my chin. Running for my car to lock myself inside.”