Christopher Anderson is a survivor of sexual abuse. And he’s angry as hell about today’s news cycle.
I harbor no illusions that the words of one Buddhist monk will turn aside the tide of war that seems to be rising. But can we re-invison this cycle of war?
Becoming a better man is a noble goal, but marriages and relationships involve more than one person.
Christopher M. Anderson says a full understanding of trauma must inform advocacy efforts for abuse survivors.
Yes, Dr. Carson has said some awful things, but mental illness should not be an insult or a political weapon.
Christopher Anderson explains that marriage equality is a level playing field, not a slippery slope.
Chris Anderson doesn’t believe that jokes about traumatic situations should be banned, but if you’re going to joke about someone’s trauma, do so with respect to the victims.
Do survivors a solid, would you? Stop pretending that people who get hurt are too sensitive.
Believe it or not, there are people out there who support women while sticking up for men. Christopher Anderson lists 21 of them.
Christopher M. Anderson uses Rolling Stone’s recent retraction about their University of Virginia story about on-campus rape to underscore the crucial need for responsible journalism in cases involving victims.
Christopher Anderson explains everything you need to know in order to support men who have been raped by women.
Christopher M. Anderson feels his identity as a man runs deeper than society’s definition of manhood.
MaleSurvivor Executive Director Christopher Anderson reminds Michael Moore and Bill Maher that rape of boys and men is no laughing matter.
MaleSurvivor Executive Director Christopher Anderson reminds us that love does not guarantee that parents will keep their children safe.
We’re still focused on the wrong thing in the Peterson child abuse case.
Following on Cris Carter’s remarks, Male Survivor founder Christopher J. Anderson tells us what to say to people who are on the fence about using violence to discipline kids.