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Masters of Our Universe: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

Do you ever feel like people treat you in ways you don’t deserve? Maybe they act dismissive about what you have to say or tell you shouldn’t feel a certain way? Have you done work that you are proud of and either nobody seems to notice, or your boss ends up getting the credit for it? I… Learn more »

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Webinar Discussion on Sex Trafficking and CSA: Remembering Boys and Men — Part II

Join us for our second Virtual Community Dialogue on the interconnection of sex trafficking with child sexual abuse. Thursday, February 27, 2014 10:30 AM PST

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“Sexual Violence – It Really Is A Men’s Issue” by Peter Pollard and David Lisak, Ph.D. featured on The Good Men Project

Most conversations about sexual violence relegate men to one of two roles: Bystander: with the potential either to ignore or to disrupt a witnessed sexual violation or Perpetrator: the one who commits the violation A new White House Task Force, formed to confront historically-inadequate responses to sexual assault on college campuses, could help educate the nation about a third role men… Learn more »

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All Work? No Way!: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

I learned a great lesson about play this week in a presentation focused on helping kids heal from trauma. I immediately realized how much the lesson also could be applied to the healing process for adult men (and women too). Now, I’m a pretty serious guy. I generally don’t like most games. My work is focused on trauma, and recovery and violence, and… Learn more »

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Telling Is Healing: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

“I never told anybody.” I wonder how many times other men have said that to me. The conversation usually starts when I talk openly about my own sexual assault as a child. “I was too,” is the most timid way other men say it. They have trouble even saying those first words. I try not to push them and “I… Learn more »

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