Actually, you might want to teach yours, too!
Making sexual assault seem casual or like “no big deal” can have profound effects on millions of victims.
Over the course of October a friend and I initiated a campaign to discuss masculinity, patriarchy and rape culture by rebranding an annual festivity called “Octieber.” This is what we learned.
Even the apology tells a story here. And that is that these boys can and must do better.
We wonder if men lack empathy about survivors’ experiences and are complicit in a culture that celebrates sexual violence.
Sexual assault is a sexual act in which a person is coerced or physically forced to engage against their will…
‘Rape Culture’ has many different conversations and dimensions to it–but what would society look like without it?
Men who defend rape culture are men who continue to create rape culture—and it must stop. Now.
“Not all men” is a legitimate defense, but let’s not lose sight of the real problem
When it comes to pushing back against toxic crap like Trump’s behavior with women, it’s vital for men to take the lead.
Innocent people suffer every day all over the globe while the rest of the world pretends not to see it
Consent is what makes a real man. A real hu-man.
Embed from Getty Images—When I was in my early twenties, I had a relationship with a young woman for several years. She meant the world to me at that time. I was so distraught by our breakup that I went to pour my heart out to one of my male friends, who gave me this sage…
People on Twitter are saying grabbing women’s p***ies without their consent isn’t actually sexual assault. They’re focusing on an “offensive” word rather than the situation being described with said “offensive” word.
If Mr. Trump would jail Mrs. Hillary Clinton because he perceives her to be guilty, is the exonerated Central Park 5 also in danger?
It’s high time we all together shout “This is not OK.”