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The Male

Male Lions

You know you're a good guy, but you're tired of being demonized for being born with map-reading skills instead of fridge-stuff-finding skills, right? You genuinely like women but those borderline man-haters really test your patience, don't they? Kinda makes you understand why some guys have turned to the 'MRAs' and the 'manosophere'. You're afraid to speak out because you're not a woman and you don't know what it's like. How can you stand up to and challenge these aggressive victims (erp!) without coming across like an entitled jerk?  Let's work together to find that assertive yet compassionate male voice!


Anything by Michael Kimmel:
     I recommend:

     Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys       Become Men

     Angry White Men: American Masculinity       at the End of an Era

          Michael Kimmel is a sociologist who writes about manhood and masculinity in a compassionate manner and challenges 'man box' thinking

Louanne Brizendine:

     The Male Brain: A Breakthrough  
Understanding of How Men and Boys
     Think - Louann Brizendine
          A biological and chemical description    of the male brain and how hormones influence it. 

     The Female Brain - The same, except for women

Anything by Daniel Goleman:

     I recommend:

     Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ

     Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships

     Goleman has helped pioneer the field of emotional intelligence and social intelligence - managing your emotions and behavior to behave like a healthy, functional adult. 


“The Good Men Project® is a glimpse of what enlightened masculinity might look like in the 21st century,” the press raved when we launched," they say, which was back in 2009 by Tom Matlack. The GMP is redefining masculinity for the 21st century, without the misogyny of the MRAs nor the misandry of victim feminists. It's the conversation, they say, no one else is having.

Don’t like how you’re treated? Don’t like the racism and misandry? Feel abused? Tell us why. Yes, I’m serious. I know it's difficult and others will hate you. But it's the only way. 

Women and feminists (they’re not necessarily the same) can’t go on about the difficulty for women telling their stories without a lot of shaming, harassment, and online abuse, yet turn around and do exactly that to men who have experienced trauma, also at the hands, more or less, of patriarchal culture.

Roy Den Hollander shows just how utterly silly and irrelevant ‘men’s rights’ has always been. The movement needs a reboot.

Creating a misogynist is a group effort.

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