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Men Can Stop Rape Content Topic Results

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October 2012

Healthy Masculinity Summit Report

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Religious traditions and beliefs can influence masculinity with their dominant stories of what a man's role should be in his home, community, and religious institution. If religious leaders can create environments for healthy dialogue and allow men to express themselves comfortably without using traditional gender role assignments, healthy masculinity and faith can beneficially support one another.
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February 2012

The Masculinity Conversations: An Interview with Dr. Rachel Griffin on Masculinity and Race

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This conversation with Rachel Griffin, Ph.D. is split into two parts. Part 1 focuses primarily on her research concerning Black masculinity and the NBA. Part 2 continues the conversation about race and masculinity and delves into the figure of the Black nerd.
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U.S. Mens Anti-Violence Organizations

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A list compiled by Men Can Stop Rape of Mens Anti-violence organizations throughout the United States.
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Resources for Perpetrators

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A resource list compiled by Men Can Stop Rape of resources and organizations for male perpetrators of sexual violence.
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November 2011

Theories that shape our work

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This page presents the various theories guiding the work of Men Can Stop Rape, including explanations for Bystander Intervention, Socio-Ecological Model for Prevention, Social and Emotional Learning Theory, and Dominant Stories and Counter-stories of Masculinity.
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January 2011

Men Can Stop Rape's Core Values

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This page presents the core values for the organization Men Can Stop Rape and may serve as a sample set of values for consideration. Included is a commitment to gender equity and a positive approach to building men’s capacity for social change.
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January 2011

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide

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This guide describes 'Where Do You Stand?,' a comprehensive bystander intervention campaign for college men. The guide teaches how to use the campaign to positively change the cultural dynamics of a campus.
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January 2011

Where do you stand? Campaign

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This guide describes “Where Do You Stand?,” a comprehensive bystander intervention campaign for college men. The guide teaches how to use the campaign to positively change the cultural dynamics of a campus.
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January 2011

Primary Prevention

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This page discusses the primary prevention approach used by the organization Men Can Stop Rape. It discusses their efforts to challenge dominant masculinity and create lasting change.
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What You Should Know About Men Who Have Been Sexually Assaulted

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This fact sheet provides information about male sexual assault, and dispels some of the myths surrounding the issue. Web links to addtitional resources are also offered.
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January 1998

Rape as a Men's Issue

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This one-page information sheet provides a brief over-view of the many reasons why men should become involved in anti-sexual violence work.
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Stopping Rape: What Men Can Do

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Strategies include 1) language awareness, 2) effective communication with partners, 3) speaking-out against behaviors that support sexual violence, 4) offering support to survivors, 5) making personal contributions of time and money, 6) engaging in discussions with women, 7) engaging in discussions with men, 8) organizing anti-sexual violence groups, 9) working against other forms of oppression, and 9) never having sex with a partner against their will.