How can we shift the narrative from fear to love?
ending rape culture
We need to ask ourselves what else we can be doing to stop this catastrophic cycle.
Dudes, Just STOP.
It is not the alpha males we must appeal to in the hopes of change, but rather those behind the scenes, those who have a conscience, those who may be strong enough to influence their peers. We need to reach out to the “middle guys.”
Michael J. Russer is glad that universities are now being held accountable for managing rape and sexual assault cases. But he also believes we have to get to the root causes of rape culture before we can see real change.
A Congressman shares his painful personal experience with his colleagues and says, ‘No more.’
Jeff Bogle argues that in addition to strengthening the core of our young girls, we need to make a more substantial attempt to soften our boys.
Hugo Schwyzer believes we can all learn something from Mark Frauenfelder, who stood up for his daughter after being shamed for what she was wearing.
Levi Greenacres feels anything but big and strong when he thinks about his rape, and the rapes of the people he loves.