men, masculinities and gender politics

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Race, Ethnicity, Difference

Carefully Listening To Radical Feminist Women, For A Change

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I am a U.S.-born radical activist and writer who strives toward the realization of women's full human rights. I support radical feminists' humanitarian struggles to end all manifestations of white, heterosexual, and male supremacy, and have done so for the last twenty-plus years. Most of my closest friends during that time have been women systematically harmed by what I not-so-affectionately call Corporate Racist Atrocious Patriarchy (CRAP):

Healing body, mind and spirit – It’s about time we took a stand

Mick Dodson, Chairman of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre, calls for Aboriginal men to take a stand against domestic violence.

Colour power

Racism is not an attitude but a system. Victor Lewis spells it out, commenting too on anti-sexist men's failure so far to address important aspects of men's experience. He is interviewed by Michael Flood.

Men, difference and racism

If we pay attention to race and ethnicity, what does this mean for the men's movement, for the development of communities of men, and for our understandings of masculinity?

What does the white man want?

Ben Wadham explores white masculinities and Aboriginal reconciliation.

Reconstructing Indian Masculinities

Mangesh Kulkarni traces the origins of the "machine man" as a response to political and ideological forces, and the possibilities of future masculinism.

Just a few days ago, I was attacked

Basil tells of being queer-bashed, and his learning to heal.

What Men Can Do To Help End Male Domination of Women and Girls

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: