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This Is 'The Heart Of A Boy'
Kate Parker, author of "Strong Is the New Pretty," has a new book all about modern boyhood.
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Betsy DeVos' Title IX Changes Will Make Life Even Harder For Sexually Abused Boys
, Guest Writer
Boys are more likely to be sexually assaulted than they are to be falsely accused of assault.
Boys Will Be Exactly What We Teach Them
, Guest Writer
Parents can stop the perpetuation of a culture that protects predators and silences survivors.
What No One Tells You About Being A Teenage Boy With Anorexia
, Guest Writer
I'm telling my story for boys everywhere, because anorexia is more common than society likes to admit.
Titusville Fire Department
Claw Machine Makes Florida Boy Its Next Victim
“He went in, but obviously he couldn't come back out the same way,” said one firefighter.
Cathal McNaughton / Reuters
India's 'Unwanted' Girls Number In The Millions, New Report Finds
Widespread preference for sons drives families to keep having babies until a male child is born.
Religion Is Never An Acceptable Excuse For Verbally Abusing Children
Board member of the Trans United Fund
When a child is transgender, people seem to lose any sort of rational perspective.
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Why Little Boys Need Wonder Woman, Too
Strong women shouldn’t be just for girls.
14 T-Shirts For Proud 'Boy Moms'
For when you're outnumbered.
18 Proud Mothers Of Sons On The Best Part Of Being A 'Boy Mom'
Besides, you know, pee being everywhere.
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Single-Sex Schools: Could They Harm Your Child?
The Conversation US
Views from experts in academia, providing fact-based analysis ...
Gender-segregated education is making a comeback. Single-sex classrooms, long discouraged under Title IX, the federal law that prohibits gender discrimination in education, have been gaining prominence in recent years, especially in urban charter schools.
Four Ways Teachers Can Reduce Implicit Bias
The Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
Mindfulness practices--such as paying attention in a nonjudgmental way to one's breath or other sensations--has been shown
Dear Mother of a Boy: It's On You
Lisa M. Hayes
The Love Whisperer, Relationship Coach and Strategist
Now more than ever, in a world that teaches boys that girls matter less, it's on you to make sure your precious little boy knows better.
Big Boys Don’t Cry: How Social Norms Hurt Boys
Andra Wilkinson, Ph.D.
Research Scientist and Adjunct Assistant Professor
It’s time to amplify the conversation about social norms, when it comes to masculinity.
Something Is Disappearing That Is Affecting All Of Us!
Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Writer, Author of Imprinted Wisdom:...
Something is disappearing in our world today, and I believe it is the disconnecting from our feminine heart. I believe the
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What We Teach Our Sons: Thoughts on Raising a Boy Today
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
I’ve had to tell him, specifically, what to do and say when he sees or hears a woman being victimized, threatened or mocked.
My Daughter Wanted To Be Captain America For Halloween -- And I Freaked Out
Freelance Writer/Co-Host@The Broad's Way Podcast/Creator/Write...
Looking at my daughter in the store holding that really cool star shield and seeing how happy she was, there was obviously no other choice but to go with it.
In A World Of Bullies, Be A Real Man
Political Writer and Editor
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for me. Indeed it has been a time that I continue to be disappointed in my fellow
9 Boy Books for Long Summer Days
Off the Shelf
Read. Recommend. Repeat.
Flash Boys by Michael Lewis In Michael Lewis's game-changing bestseller, a small group of Wall Street iconoclasts realize
Best Mentor Ever Tells Boy 'It’s OK To Cry' In Moving Viral Video
“It’s OK to cry. We cry as men.”
US Marine Corps / Cpl. Angelica Annastas
Boy With Rare Illness Holds On Long Enough To Become Honorary Marine
“I truly feel that Wyatt has faced more hardship than any Marine has gone through."
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