This is the first of many #ThisIsHowSexismEnds prompts, essays, podcasts, memes, interviews, reviews, and articles over the next month that will focus on sexism, gender bias, misogyny, and ending prejudice against women as well as ending toxic hypermasculinity against men (and the overlap attitudes against all of us).
Let’s end sexism.
Or at least let’s put a hell of a dent in it, and inject the movement with some fresh writing and a global reach.
For the next thirty days, join The Good Men Project, Scary Mommy, HuffPost, Medium, Ravishly, Stigma Fighters, OTV Magazine, BLUNTMoms, and a variety of media companies, podcasters, vloggers, and bloggers as we take on all the angles of sexism against women and men.
A media tour to show the world #ThisIsHowSexism Ends. 30 days of articles, posts, essays, videos, memes, and podcasts across several media companies and blogging platforms all dedicated to stopping sexism against women and men. Each post will focus on a different angle of sexism, patriarchy, misogyny, gender bias, rape culture, and discrimination in modern society, and how we can slow, curtail, and eventually put an end to sexism in all its forms.
What Men Can Learn from High School Kids About Sexism (the Answers are Beyond Shocking and All Too Real)
The #StopSexism group is led by The Good Men Project Lead Editor Jeremy McKeen and writer Gretchen Kelly. We will connect via the #StopSexism Social Interest Group Facebook page for dialogue and community building.
The weekly conference calls will be a venue for deeper conversation and for coming up with innovative plans to counter sexism on the ground at the grassroots level. Weekly conference calls are every Monday at 7:30 PM EST.
To join the weekly calls you will need to join The Good Men Project as a Gold or Platinum member. Not a member? Register on our IndieGoGo campaign page, now!