We need to work out why men are being violent at an individual level. To do this we need to get to know abusive men.
There is a tendency to treat these issues as individual problems, but there is much value in thinking about how our desires are shaped by the society in which we live.
We’re shouting not all men but we all know one. We’re shouting not all men but we’ve all been one. We’re shouting not all men but we’ve all lost one.
What an amazing place it is, to have a group of boys and young men in such a state of peaceful interaction.
I rarely see acknowledgment of the fact that it’s not just being fat or skinny that requires acceptance, but every interstitial space in the range of unique bodies we inhabit.