Reflections on the attitudes of some of my male feminist friends.
Chris Crass thinks it’s time for men in the millions to take courageous action in our society to further feminist revolution.
I know good men because I married one of the best.
Let us bring out the best of who we are and become feminist men who can help heal and transform this world.
Another in a photojournalist’s series of interviews with male feminists
Part of a photojournalist’s series of interviews with male feminists
While more dads adopt the banner of feminism, what does that really mean?
First in a series of a photojournalist’s interviews with male feminists
President Obama’s recent ‘coming out’ as a feminist will hopefully help them get it.
A place exists in feminism where we can come together as men and women and support each other in healing our wounds. We just have to find our way there.
Matthew Facciani understands that for a man, becoming a feminist ally is an ongoing process, not a fait accompli.
Ariel Chesler believes that men who recognize and write about their own male gaze and internalized sexism should be applauded and not shamed.
Alyssa Rosenberg points out that, ‘Anchorman 2’ is a mess, but it solidifies Will Ferrell as one of Hollywood’s most important feminists.
Glen Poole explains how the debate surrounding whether men can be feminists “really has nothing to do with your beliefs or your actions.”
GMP’s resident feminist, HeatherN, tackles readers’ questions about men and feminism and how society sees men’s issues.
A lifetime of homophobia had beaten down Larry Best, but with the help of a friend, he has regained pride in his manhood.