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The male violence prevention educator privilege checklist

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1. I can receive praise or acknowledgement for doing the same or similar work as female colleagues, who will not receive similar praise or acknowledgement.
2. My odds of being hired for a job, when competing against female applicants, are probably skewed in my favor. The more prestigious the job, the larger the odds are skewed.
3. I can have very little experience but still be pushed (or pulled) into visible leadership positions.
.... (For the remainder, please see below.)

The list below (in PDF and Word) was compiled by Kris Macomber and others on the menagainstviolence email list. It draws on other privilege checklists produced by Peggy McIntosh and Barry Deutsch, and these are also available below.

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The Male RPE Privilege Checklist.pdf70.44 KB
The White Privilege Checklist.pdf90.29 KB
The Male Privilege Checklist.pdf79.67 KB
Male Privilege In Prevention Work.doc81.5 KB