4 comments on “A Guide for Men with Good Intentions

  1. Reblogged this on Subjunctive Morality and commented:
    I’ve been meaning to write more, but other things (community things) have been receiving a good deal of my time. One of said things is an issue I care deeply about: not being an asshole. The following article is not only a comprehensive analysis of “why we can’t have nice things,” but it also contains a comprehensive list of further readings. Highly recommended reading for anyone you know who’s trying to understand (or just needs to understand!) a bit more about gender relations.

  2. Pingback: A Guide for Men with Good Intentions | Phil Ebersole's Blog

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