Kenny D’Cruz leads men’s groups — spaces where men from a multitude of backgrounds come together as men to explore who they are and who they want to become. The key, he says, is knowing when to ask the right questions…
This weekend I watched a film that was the single most positive portrayal of men that I can remember seeing on the big screen. In it there are no fewer than four – count them, four – key male characters who are unfailingly decent and inspiring.
In February Tanveer Ahmed, one of 2,000 male celebrities selected by the feminist White Ribbon campaign to tackle violence against women, wrote an article on how men are forgotten in the domestic violence debate. Here Tanveer describes in his own words what happened next. This article first appeared in the print edition of The Spectator magazine, Australia.
The real enemy is the Patriarchy, a system that despises men who are vulnerable and does nothing to support fathers’ greater involvement in caring. It’s this that men’s rights campaigners and feminists should be fighting, not each other, says Duncan Fisher, founder of the Fatherhood Institute.