Men and Feminism
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The Men of Strength Club (MOST) provides young men with a structured and… Monday, December 26, 2011 The federal government estimates that one in five women will be raped in their lifetime — and a group of young men in city schools are hoping to change that. They’re part of the an afterschool program called Men of Strength (MOST)
"My active involvement in this revolutionary program has been the sole catalyst for my maturation into a self-aware and confident young man." -Aaron Harris, MOST Club member Men Can Stop Rape's youth development program, the Men of Strength Club, is the country’s premier primary violence prevention program for mobilizing young men to prevent sexual and dating violence. The Men of Strength Club, or MOST Club, provides young men with a structured and supportive space to build individualized definitions of masculinity that promote healthy relationships.
As bad as things were, she didn’t want “out” — and felt shocked and unfathomably betrayed by our my unilateral decision to kill us both. -Hugo Schwyzer in his own words [Jan 3, 2011] See: What You Need To Remember, What You Need To Forget […] [cache] Here, Hugo’s account of what happens directly contradicts what he recounted to Gina Messina-Dysert of The Feminist Theologian in their interview available on Youtube where he stated that she had told him multiple times that she did, in fact, “want out.” How Hugo Schwyzer chooses to describe rape When I found her, she smelled of sex and sweat and alcohol ; as she climbed unsteadily into my truck, I noticed rope marks on her wrists and bruises on her arms and throat. She’d been with a dealer, and had paid a debt in a way that young female addicts sadly often pay it — but things had clearly gotten uglier than she’d expected.
When I was a little boy, my mother and father used to argue a lot. Some mornings, I would wake up to the alarming sound of my parents arguing loudly. The disagreement would continue until my father would yell with finality, "That is it!
Trigger warning for rape/sexual assault. The Good Men Project has been getting on my nerves for the last fortnight or so, and I’ve struggled to really put together some coherent thoughts about it. But there’s a couple of blog posts by co-founder Tom Matlack that I just have to take issue with. He first wrote “ The Feminist I Used To Know “, and then “ In The Beginning, It Was About Storytelling “. I’ll start with the first.