men against rape
"Unless you hear yes, it's a no."
The former NFL players say "locker room culture" and a troublesome definition of masculinity are part of the problem.
Men need to be part of a cultural tide that replaces hurt with healing, replaces submission with success, replaces equivocation with equality.
Do the Senators against Al Franken's bill consciously support rape? Of course not. But their actions absolutely support a status quo in which rape and sexual violence flourish.