Comparing the fear faced by women and people of color about white men to white men’s fear of terrorists and transgender people is openly dishonest.
Proving who and what we are is the modern task of America.
A compendium of The Good Men Project’s posts on sexual harassment and sexual abuse in the post-Weinstein world
Companies have long tended to protect rather than punish high-profile harassers. That may change as the #MeToo movement inspires more women to speak out.
Our culture makes it difficult for men to speak up about sexual harassment against women. But that has got to change.
Our species is at a crossroads. It’s become self-evident that we’re about to either collectively experience some kind of enormous transformation, or go the way of the dinosaur.
The abuses of men that are so rarely talked about are intricately tied to the abuses of women that we are only now beginning to talk about.
As a husband, a father of two young daughters, and an employer of many men and women, I realize that through this unfolding story, nobody can stay on the sidelines.
Dr. Vibe asks a pair of Black male thought leaders why many Black men continue to have negative assumptions put on them
Caping for #LouieCK? That thing you’re feeling? It’s called “shame”.
Whatever it takes, that’s how we survive together.
The Good Men Project has been here with the alternative view of masculinity that can replace the toxic culture that now exists.
It’s all so easy to explain away the reasons.
The #HowWillIChange social media campaign is confirming that many want to show solidarity and contribute to efforts to end this epidemic.
The best way to keep your man card.
How one mother turned her #metoo into gold for her 11 year old son.