men, masculinities and gender politics

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  • 09 Apr 2009

    By Julian Real, 2007, with invaluable input from Celie's Revenge

    Here's a list of what men can do:

    First, recognize and accept that the personal is political, and that interpersonal behavior is part of your political work as a responsible humane being. Stop either/or'ing the private and the public, the personal and the social, the interpersonal and the institutional. All are breeding grounds for male domination of women and children.

    Given the above:

  • 09 Apr 2009

    Learning to offer sympathy rather than advice, to avoid dependency, to stop breaking hearts... You can learn a lot in relationships. Michael Flood tells all, in this 1995-96 article.

    See below for the article, in PDF.

  • 09 Apr 2009

    By Erica Little-Herron

    “How are women treated worse than men?” my fifteen-year-old brother-in-law challenges me in an arrogant tone.
    I stare at him.

  • 09 Apr 2009

    By George Marx, 1987.

    I. INTRODUCTION

    This paper focuses on men's anti-rape organizing from the perspective of one member of a men's pro-feminist anti-rape group. We work at educating ourselves and other "normal" men. I hope that a lot of my ideas will be adaptable to others' situations. I will try to separate issues into fairly distinct sections, although they will inevitably overlap.

  • 11 Jan 2009

    Patrick Instone reflects on growing up with pornography.

  • 10 Jan 2009

    John Stoltenberg's Refusing to be a man is a passionate manifesto for a new male way of being. It's a renunciation of sexual injustice and a call to action for all men of conscience.

  • 09 Jan 2009

    Masturbation: Michael Flood asks the questions.