A coalition of worldwide organizations working to end sexual violence.
How important are local women in peacemaking? Laurel Stone explores the role that women can play in achieving lasting peace.
Rather, it is local women from the conflict that are vital for creating a lasting peace agreement
Research shows that most people don’t see sexism even when it’s right in front of their noses. Sexist behavior, such as the man who parked his car and refused to pay me when I was a running a car lot because “women can’t work in parking lots,” is usually easy to spot. But, in general, sexism, so densely …
A woman’s dress, marital status, and lifestyle do not inspire violence against women. Violence against women exists because the men in their lives — single, married and strangers — commit that violence. For the sake of humanity, stop blaming women….
When Christians export this mode of thinking around the world, it becomes one more rationale for keeping women in a subordinate role in society, doing most of the labor without the authority to “own” their own work and choose their path in life.
Taking cues from family and media, young boys teach their peers how to perform masculinity, to their detriment.
Most people aren’t getting enough sex, and they don’t know what to do about it. Dr. NerdLove steps in to examine the problem and offer solutions.