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Here at The Good Men Project, we have a community of change makers who regularly make us go, “WOW!”
Mckay Williams: There’s a few things. The basic overall mission to have men talking to each other about how to be better people over all is what drew me in. I’m very much a believer in the idea that if we’re to change masculine definitions to eradicate toxic masculinity, we need to work together as men to defeat it at the root.
But selfishly, the types of articles I’ve been asked to write for GMP for the most part have allowed me to clarify my own views to myself, tackling the different topics and areas I’ve been writing in. The responses I’ve received from comments and page views have shown me what resonates and what doesn’t with the readership base, making me a better writer.
I’ve had nothing but a positive experience joining the community!
Greg Turiya Liotta: I second what McKay said. When I first got on board, I was all “wow” about the breadth and depth of the articles, and then about the competency of the editors. Having been with GMP for a couple of years now, I’m double-WOW about how much we do in moving the conversation forward, tackling such a broad range of important topics. The commitment to waking up the Deep Masculine and invoking social change/justice is awe inspiring.
TJ Dodenhoff: A free space to communicate our thoughts and opinions and the Social Interest Groups.
Michael Kasdan: Its the “place” where I’ve met some of the most brilliant, creative and passionate people that I know, people who have taught me so much about the issues that are nearest and dearest to me. In that way, its enriched my mind and soul.
Sherri Rosen: REAL–Very few places I can be real and have conversations that we’ve been having with all of the online groups.
Jed Diamond: GMP provides a platform for those who believe in making the world a better place by engaging the full range of issues related to sex and gender. I might add that there’s no organization anywhere that offers a weekly call with the person who heads the organization where we can hear about trends and get the inside scoop of what’s going on throughout the organization.
Paul Alan Ruben: A humanizing community of people whose project is to engage for the benefit of everyone’s well-being is as worthwhile an enterprise as there can be, I think.
Melissa Drake: I’m proud to be with such a great organization that’s made up of true LEADERS at every level who care and do things the “right” way. I’m aligned with their business practices and transparency in operations. There’s open communication always and support when and where you need it. You can be who you are and find a way to grow in a way that’s mutually beneficial.
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“Here’s the thing about The Good Men Project. We are trying to create big, sweeping, societal changes—–overturn stereotypes, eliminate racism, sexism, homophobia, be a positive force for good for things like education reform and the environment. And we’re also giving individuals the tools they need to make individual change—-with their own relationships, with the way they parent, with their ability to be more conscious, more mindful, and more insightful. For some people, that could get overwhelming. But for those of us here at The Good Men Project, it is not overwhelming. It is simply something we do—–every day. We do it with teamwork, with compassion, with an understanding of systems and how they work, and with shared insights from a diversity of viewpoints.” —– Lisa Hickey, Publisher of The Good Men Project and CEO of Good Men Media Inc.
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