Two interventions proved effective in reducing men's perpetration, but not women's experiences of violence.
What people value in their God, they value in life. Today, this might mean men can conclude that if they are right, they, too, have the right to be dominating.
Thirty years after the Montreal Massacre that killed 14 women, new threats such as the incel movement pose dangers to the feminist movement.
The South African child support grant is progressive in its gender-neutrality, yet men make up only 2% of those who collect it.
For every 100 men, up to 25 have raped or pressured a woman into sex.
Research shows construction workers are at higher risk of mental illness and suicide than people in other jobs. Addressing this must start with dismantling the 'macho' culture on work sites.
Research has a distinctive role to play because it gives pointers on what is needed to create long-term change.
A feminist scholar wrote about her online dating experiences. She wasn't expecting the avalanche of negative anti-feminist comments.
Not all mass shooters are white supremacists, but they are nearly all men.
Many hate the fight against toxic masculinity because they don't want to let go of male identity altogether. They don't have to. They just have to let go of the bad parts.
Traditional notions of masculinity affect the health and well-being of men and those around them. Here's how we can challenge these stereotypes.
It's time to address one of the roots of the problem.
After the #me-too inspired Gillette ad, a male therapist says this year's Super Bowl ads were disappointingly mild. But let's not let that stop us from challenging each other.
Gillette recently made headlines with their controversial campaign against toxic masculinity, but other brands appear to be better at taking action.
The new #MeToo-inspired Gillette ad for men's razors has attracted some negative attention from men. Is the ad aimed at men or women? If men, does it represent a cultural shift in ads for men?
How do you celebrate masculinity without also acknowledging toxic masculinity in the #metoo era?
Gillette isn't the only male-centric brand to have recently challenged masculine stereotypes. But advertising research can help us understand why it's been getting the most flack.
The backlash against the Gillette ad shows how painfully little distance we as a society have covered since the #MeToo movement.
When 14 women were killed at École Polytechnique in 1989, no one at the time considered it an act of terrorism. Three decades later, that's exactly how it should be viewed.
There's increasing global recognition that violence against women and children often occur together in homes.