Note: I have concentrated here on accessible introductions to men’s roles in preventing men’s violence against women written for the non-specialist reader. For further key introductions – for practitioners, educators, and advocates – see the "Recommended works" section here. Also see XY's very large collection of resources on men's anti-violence work.
Flood, Michael. (2009). Violence against women is always a men’s issue. Voice Male, Summer: 25-26. URL: http://xyonline.net/content/violence-against-women-mens-issue.
Flood, Michael. (2010). Where Men Stand: Men’s roles in ending violence against women. Sydney: White Ribbon Prevention Research Series, No. 2. http://www.xyonline.net/content/where-men-stand-men%E2%80%99s-roles-ending-violence-against-women.
Flood, Michael. (2011). Men Speak Up: A toolkit for action in men’s daily lives. Sydney: White Ribbon Prevention Research Series, No. 4. https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Men_speak_up_Flood_2011-1.pdf
Funk, Rus Ervin. (1993). Stopping Rape: A Challenge for Men. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.
Katz, Jackson. (2006). The Macho Paradox: Why some men hurt women and how all men can help. Naperville, Illinois: Sourcebooks.
1. Violence Against Women is a Men’s Issue.
2. Facing Facts.
3. Taking It Personally.
4. Listening To Women.
6. Stuck in (Gender) Neutral.
8. Race and Culture.
9. It Takes a Village to Rape a Woman.
10. Guilty Pleasures: Pornography, Prostitution and Stripping.
11. MVP: Athletes and Marines.
12. Teach Our Children Well.
13. More Than A Few Good Men.
Kaufman, Michael. (1999). The Seven P’s of Men’s Violence. URL: http://michaelkaufman.com/articles-2/.