A man, aware of rape myth thinking, is much more likely, when encountering a sexual assault victim, to believe them.
STAND corresponded with Matsui about his film and his efforts to educate and inspire others to take action on the issues related to sexual violence and trafficking.
A deep-seated and sustained anger against sexual violence is emerging in South Africa.
Are the roots of sexism a lack of confidence and a fear of rejection?
Opinions and emotions clash over Bill Cosby.
Violence plays out in highly gendered ways. But many more factors are at play.
Men are the silent survivors of sexual violence. It’s time to give them a voice.
James A Landrith on the equalization of healing between male and female sexual violence survivors.
LeGrande Green, host of Get BOLD Today podcast chats with Christopher Anderson, Executive Director of Male Survivor.org about breaking the silence on trauma.
How do we separate our own fears from parenting realities? Malleable Mom Ashley Fuchs recounts teaching when no means no. — I heard peals of laughter coming from the other room. I smiled, knowing the sound of my husband tickling our then three-year-old daughter. “No! STOP!” After a brief pause, the laughter continued. Then, it happened…
As a society, we must stress the importance of consent beyond sex. People across gender identities should be expected to ask permission in any instance involving physical touch.
You’ll be outside the box, less violent, more culturally aware, with a manspace, and less numb if you watch these videos.
How to feel less numb and isolated personally, and how you can help end the racism and sexual violence that stems from men’s fear of otherness.
Let’s understand — and help other people understand — that this is our problem, everyone’s problem, not just the problem of a few.
We’re propagating a dangerous met when we say “real men don’t rape.”
To stop abuse before it starts, Elisabeth Corey says we need to start with the belief systems that perpetuate it.