Chris Anderson knows it’s scary to talk about tough subjects like racism or sexual abuse. But in calling them out, we start disrupting their systems.
Sexual violence affects more people than you’d think. Chris Anderson explains, and compels us to take action.
Male Survivor Executive Director Chris Anderson pleads with Richard Dawkins to stop diminishing the experiences of other survivors.
Chris Anderson explains the ways people unfairly dismiss victims of violence and trauma, and offers 3 tips for supporting survivors.
Chris Anderson explains that when the media frames male victims of sexual abuse as “lovers”, the world becomes a less safe place for children.
Chris Anderson wonders, “Is a man or a transgender person who is raped just as worthy of support as the women who are victimized?”
Christopher M. Anderson implores Americans to explode the myth that “real men” don’t ask for help.
Boys are often told that having a sexual experience with an older woman is a “badge of honor.” But many times such experiences can more accurately be described as a “traumatic experience” and even as a case of sexual abuse.
Chris Anderson explains that by stealing McQueary’s right to privacy, ESPN has told all survivors that their privacy doesn’t deserve to be respected. And that is dangerous.
Chris Anderson of Male Survivor explains that males are being trafficked and exploited at higher levels than most people assume.
…but MaleSurvivor Executive Director Christopher M. Anderson thinks that reflexive and stigmatizing rhetoric that degrades people should be.
Chris M. Anderson tackles the rather large question of how we as a society go about talking about masculinity without shame.
There are almost no models for men on how to deal with trauma, stress, or depression. Chris Anderson says it’s time for that to change.
Chris Anderson explains the difference between labor going on strike and politicians holding the people hostage.
Christopher Anderson of Male Survivor examines Richard Dawkins’ apology and asserts that Dawkins should have acknowledged that relying on anecdotal evidence to draw conclusions about the experiences of others is sloppy thinking
MaleSurvivor Executive Director Christopher Anderson addresses Betsy Karasik’s Washington Post OpEd suggesting sex with underage teens should be legal.