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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet UNC student paper The Daily Tar Heel takes a stand against campus sexual violence. The Princeton alum who wants students to get their MRSs ASAP is just digging herself deeper and deeper. “Withholding war-raped women the right to safe abortion is a form of violence.” Towson University’s White Student Union is terrifying. Men need [...]
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One million men, one million promises to help end gender-based violence

TweetOur own Zerlina is still getting rape threats from conservatives who apparently think suggesting men can end sexual violence is the very height of stupidity. Meanwhile–over in the reality-based community–a global movement of men doing just that is growing. Launched today by Breakthrough, in partnership with UN Women and grassroots groups from South Africa to Malaysia, [...]
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Dallas Mayor calls for 10,000 men to rally to end domestic violence

TweetLast month, after a number of high-profile domestic violence cases in the city, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings announced that he was launching a public awareness campaign and made a powerful appeal to men to help change the culture of violence. It’s our fault. It’s not the women’s fault. We want to make it known that any violent act [...]
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It takes a village to silence street harassment

Tweet Original Artwork by Norma Krautmeyer  If I had a nickel for every time a dude tells me to smile while I’m walking down street to the store, train, work, school…Lord, I could fund a Super PAC called “stop telling women to smile because you don’t have any clue on how to engage them,” then [...]
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Quick hit: Men’s perceptions of violence against women

TweetThis year marks the twentieth anniversary of the White Ribbon Campaign, which was created in response to an act of horrific violence against women in Canada. The White Ribbon Campaign, which engages men and boys in the prevention of violence against women, now operates in over thirty countries. Australia is one of them, and this [...]
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