Guys Who Get It: The Men of the Women’s Movement. Men Feel Silenced About “Women’s Issues,” Unless They’re Reactionaries.

Guys Who Get It: The Men of the Women’s Movement Huffington Post (blog) That’s understandable. Their commitment notwithstanding, the number of men willing to step forward and take a public stand on behalf on women’s rights — to speak out, to raise awareness — is simply smaller than the coalition of women that has been …

Feminist men do exist, but they’re often punished for speaking their minds. Photo by Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images


Men Feel Silenced About “Women’s Issues,” Unless They’re Reactionaries
Slate Magazine (blog)
Nico Lang at Thought Catalog penned a thoughtful piece about what it’s like to write about so-called “women’s issues”—from dating to sexual violence—while not actually being a woman. Lang has a gender-neutral name. He’s discovered that the taboo …

Ben Affleck Talks About Supporting Women’s Issues, Wins Back A Place In My … Crushable Particularly, because these kind of causes are thought of largely as women’s issues…If it is just women that stay supporting that and they don’t get any support from men it will always be a little bit marginalized as a women’s thing. And violence ..

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