Jamie Utt explains that if privilege guilt prevents us from acting against oppression, then it is simply another tool of oppression.
Jamie Utt looks back at the times he’s caused hurt when he was trying to do good, and finds 30 ways he can do better in the future.
Jamie Utt believes that men’s hurt and pain can help transform masculinity in a way that embraces – rather than rejects – feminism.
Maddie McClouskey discusses the main reason why gay rape jokes are the norm in modern dialect.
Regardess of whether it’s a positive or negative stereotype, Shannon Ridgway asserts that generalizations about people based upon race or ethnicity are harmful.
Jarune Uwujaren asks us to pause a moment and reflect up on 7 forms of abuse that are often laughed about, dismissed or simply ignored.
It’s tough to feel like part of the problem. But everyone should know these ways that even the most “well-intended” white person can participate in and benefit from racism.
It seems counterintuitive, but sometimes being focused on giving a woman pleasure can be all about the male partner.
So-called ‘keyboard warriors’ really do help make change, and it’s time to take them seriously.
Doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman, these lies will end up harming you in the end.
Men’s groups are becoming more popular on college campuses, but is their work really all that good for the world?
Five things you probably didn’t know about the rape of men (yes, even by women).
Romantic movies will tell you these four things are romantic. But the truth is, they’re pretty disturbing.
When you’re a white person in an interracial relationship, there’s this whole white supremacy thing hanging in the air.
Robin J. Landwehr answers six common questions people have about what happens in a group designed to help abusive men stop abusing.
Most of us don’t consider ourselves racist, but do we truly embrace what equality will look like? You might be surprised.