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These men are leading the charge in healing the wounds that can lead to aggression and violence.
Jack Myers is deeply concerned about the future of men. Here’s why.
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Mark Greene believes that freeing women from the domestic sphere while supporting men to enter that sphere is a win/win.
Sign the petition to urge President Obama to engage leaders from the men’s movement in new White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault
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Barak Goodman shares what he learned while working on MAKERS: Women Who Make America
Zek J. Evets challenges both Feminism and Masculism on the hate and bitterness that threaten to undermine the fight for gender equality.
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