Exploring the Complexities of Men as Allies in Feminist Movements

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2015-01-15
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Linder, Chris
Johnson, Rachael
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As the numbers of men involved with feminist activism continues to grow, exploring the dynamics of power and privilege within the feminist movement warrants increased attention. Eight self-identified women feminists shared their experiences working with men as allies in the feminist movement, highlighting the need for a balance between challenge and support for men striving to be allies. Implications and recommendations for practice are also provided.

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