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Soupmaking: Part stew, the shequil | HBR talk 157

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Last week, we discussed the difference between women who use their social influence as a weapon against men, and women who steward their social influence as a resource for their communities. Alison pointed out that as men and responsible women get fed up with unethical ones, that social power will shift and leave those who wrongly exploit it wondering where it went.…

CAFE’s COVID-19 Suicide Prevention Campaign & More With Philipp Tanzer | Week In Men’s Rights

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Hello and welcome to the Week in Men’s Rights show where we bring you the latest efforts, programs, and outreach that folks have made in the interests of men’s issues. This week we have special guest Philippp Tanzer and will be discussing a variety of topics including a survey being used to highlight the experiences of male victims of intimate partner violence, CAFE efforts to curb...

#FeministLogic

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For decades, feminists have promoted a narrative deeming western civilization a “rape culture” in which the female population at large is sexually dominated by the male population at large. While different subgroups of feminist ideologues use different wording to describe the concept, the overall narrative has a set of characteristics that are common to most of the descriptions...

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