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?Here is a stunning new book that succeeds in doing nothing less than chronicling the social transformation of masculinity over a three-decade span. Through thematically arranged essays by leading experts, Voice Male illustrates how a growing movement of men is redefining masculinity. In this collection, Rob Okun directs a chorus of pro-feminist voices, introducing readers to men examining contemporary manhood from a variety of perspectives: from overcoming violence, fatherhood, and navigating life as a man of color, a gay man, or a boy on the journey to manhood. It also provides a critical forum for both male survivors and GBTQ men to speak out. This inspired book is evidence of a new direction for men, brightly illuminating whats around the bend on the path to gender justice.
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Finally a book for women to feel hopeful about men... Rob Okun and contributing writers chronicle a movement of men standing with women in the struggle to end violence against women and girls. This brave book does more than that, revealing an emerging new man culture where men are reclaiming their tears and their hearts as they join women in creating a world where we are all safe and free. --Eve Ensler, playwright of 'The Vagina Monologues'; author of 'I Am an Emotional Creature and In the Body of the World'
This book is a critical tool in dismantling what's oppressive in male culture. --Renner Wunderlich & Margaret Lazarus, producer/directors of the Academy-award winning documentary 'Defending Our Lives, Rape Is, and Rape Culture'
Rob A. Okun is the long-time editor of 'Voice Male' magazine, and former executive director of the Men's Resource Center for Change, one of the oldest men's centres in the U.S. A board member of the New England Center for Women in Transition, he maintains a psychotherapy practice in Amherst, Massachusetts. He is widely published on issues of masculinity.
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