—We’ve talked about the saying “Boys will be boys” many times here on GoodMenProject.com as well as in our Good Men Project Writers’ Group and our Premium Members’ Group.This Kristina Kuzmic video hits the important points beautifully. —Click to see all of our articles related to Boys will be Boys here on The Good Men Project —Do…
boys will be boys
“Not all men” is a legitimate defense, but let’s not lose sight of the real problem
Consent is what makes a real man. A real hu-man.
It’s high time we all together shout “This is not OK.”
We need to release the idea that ‘being a man’ entails a specific checklist to be fulfilled.
Boys are boys and will always be boys. We can be angry about it. Or we can use that anger to fuel a redefinition of what it means to be a boy.
In the culture that created the shooter at Pulse Orlando, healing toxic masculinity starts with how we raise our boys.
If we want to stop the killing we must acknowledge the connection between hypermasculinity and violence.
The National At-Home Dad Network has a powerful message for anyone who thinks boys can be defined by frogs, snails and puppy dog tails.When I found out I was pregnant with a boy, I received all the related “boy gear” as gifts – tiny baseball mitt, a tee shirt with a football embroidered onto it,…
Ariel Chesler is a dad of daughters who is sick and tired of how parents of boys feel justified to let their kids destroy things, because “boys will be boys” excuse.
Dave Lesser can’t ignore the innate gender differences between his daughter and son, but won’t let them be limited or defined by phrases like “girly-girl” or “boys will be boys.”
Rape is not just a feminist issue. It’s everyone’s issue. Zerlina Maxwell, on ending rape culture. #RapeCultureIsWhen
Aaron W. Voyles explores the relationship between NASCAR and male behavior.
Joanna Schroeder is sick of people degrading and dehumanizing men by saying things like “let men be men”.
Time after time we make up excuses for violence so that we can move forward without having to change or address the heart of problem
Nathan Graziano would like to talk about our propensity for accepting bad behavior—as long as it is in the name of a win.