There are risks involved when men speak up, as well as risks when you take a stand with other men. It’s not something we have to do alone, nor should we do alone. And there are risks to not speaking up.
Healthy masculinity must be embraced as a cornerstone of leadership.
Vulnerability gets a bad rap. Try starting a conversation with most men about vulnerability and it’s likely they’ll consider it an affront to their manhood.
Not too long ago, paternity leave wasn’t even a thing.
Slowly but surely, the many good men out there are using their position and power to invite other men in supporting women and underrepresented people.
In order to advance women in support of equality and the bottom line.
Changing culture together.
Ray Arata shares tips on how men can support women at home and work. This post is from LeanIn.org, a partner in the Better Man Conference where the Good Men Project community has special access and ticket prices (see the bottom of the article). ♦◊♦ When I got married for the first time, nobody offered me…
Both men and women need gender partnership because it makes sense on so many fronts.