Partners In Social Change: Engaging Men
PISC is a publication of the Sexual Assault Prevention Resource Center, dedicated to providing technical assistance to those engaged in sexual violence prevention in Washington State. This issue of Partners in Social Change examines what it looks like to engage men in sexual violence prevention. The first article is written by an anonymous male who examines how socially constructed male privilege has shaped his own experiences and also examines how other men can be a part of this movement with sincerity. The next two articles examine groups of men that are sometimes excluded: queer men and the “Average Joe”, and how to integrate them more wholly into the process and dialogue regarding prevention of violence against women.