This comment is from Zek J Evets on the post Can Hipsters Be Racist, Too? Lisa Hickey had asked the question “what else to you find actually works to create change Zek?” This was Zek’s reply.
Zek J. Evets on his journey from Problem to Poster; why his story doesn’t fit inside society’s man-box.
Zek Evets tries to figure out why a man’s passionate speech seems to always be interpreted as yelling.
If there’s one thing we’re all about here at the Good Men Project, it’s discussion.
Let’s create a movement by and for men and be as great as we can be, says Zek Evans. Let’s do something good.
These are comments by Archy and Zek J. Evets on the post “Are Porn and Video Games Hurting Young Men?”.
In response to Dr. Robert Weissberg’s defense of a derogatory Yiddish word, Zek J. Evets raises a challenge to call out those who stay silent in the face of bigotry.
In light of news stories about Vanessa Williams’ abuse at the hands of a female, and a police officer raping a woman at gunpoint, Zek J. Evets thinks we all need to get involved in redefining rape.
Julie Gillis witnessed the moment where broken hearts begin. She wonders what can we all do to fix them, together.
Zek J. Evets challenges both Feminism and Masculism on the hate and bitterness that threaten to undermine the fight for gender equality.
This is a comment by Zek J. Evets on the post “The Retributive Nature of ‘Girl Power'”.
Zek Evets wonders how women expect men to care about the gender equality movement, when they seem unwilling to care about men’s issues.
Zek J. Evets doesn’t see any “side” in gender conflict that can help him come to terms with his bad experiences.