Kim Jorgensen Gane recounts her own teenage years as she looks at the rape culture we’ve allowed in our society today.
Men—here’s your chance to listen to what women deal with since a too-young age. So: Just. Listen.
In order to start to put an end to “rape culture” and discrimination, we need to understand why generations of women have to grow up bearing this unwanted harassment.
The Good Men Project editors and contributors share their best advice.
Toxic masculinity, patriarchy, misogyny, privilege–what does that mean for boys today and how do we guide them to be good men?
Steve Garrett shares how insecurity is just a mask, obscuring who we really are.
And how we can do better.
Alex Yarde wants to set an example as a man who is standing up against rape culture and all of its implications.
“You don’t know me, but you’ve been inside me, and that’s why we’re here today.”—victim’s statement read aloud at Brock Turner’s sentencing.
For all the men who give humanity a bad name, there are good men and dads who renew our faith.
Let’s talk about rape culture—and second chances.
Highlights from the voices that have weighed in on the Stanford rape case. And an invitation to be part of the conversation.
What is the right response for men when you encounter a helpless person?
Father of three, Michael Sutherland, pens a letter to Brock Turner’s father.
Alyssa Royse is outraged that Brock Turner was convicted of violently raping an incapacitated woman, but his father, Dan, thinks his loss of appetite is enough punishment. Here is her advice to dad.
Because one vile act against another human being is one too many and we don’t get a do-over when we do unspeakable things.