If we stop thinking in the absolute binaries of “good” people and “abusers,” we can actually begin to free ourselves and our communities from cycles of violence.
A male friend who identifies as a feminist gives himself permission to make a rape joke
You can’t just say men are responsible for rape and leave it at that.
Want more good men in the world? Help foster their development.
Your destiny is to be the man you choose to be.
It takes more than education on consent to stop rape, but it is a vital chapter in a new story of what we all want: a world without rape.
The need for parents to have candid and ongoing discussions with their kids about sex and humanity has never been greater
This comment was by D on the post 7 Types of Serious Abuse We Don’t Take Seriously.
No other quote on fatherhood has stuck with me quite like this one.
Matthew Salesses sees rape apologetics where there should be a change of heart about a supposed “nice guy.”
This is a comment by Chloe on the post “I Know Who You Raped Last Summer”.
This is a comment by Barry Goldstein on the post “Are States Giving Custody to Rapist Fathers?”
Men who are afraid of other men: you are not alone.
These are comments by AllyF and RandomStranger on the post: “Masculinity needs fixing, but femininity is just fine. The fact is, neither is broken.”