Why Some Men Are Reluctant to Talk about #MeToo

A fear of being one of the bad guys in an “us vs. them” discussion may be part of the problem.

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By Amanda Vining

It is no secret that we live in a rape culture. As can be seen by the flourishing #MeToo movement, even in modern times our society promotes an inequality between men and women. While…

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