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The positive role that men can play has become more visible in just the past few months, as individual men have spoken out in the wake of the Ray Rice/NFL domestic violence scandal and Vice President Joe Biden and President Obama have continued to push for better policies on college campuses.
The White House’s new “It’s On Us” campaign – using celebrities and social media to call on men in particular to help prevent campus sexual assault – has already generated more than 70,000 signatures for an online pledge and the involvement of more than 300 student body presidents, a senior official in the Obama administration says.
Like a ref calling a foul, if they hear a brother use slang that denigrates women or another man, they’ll say, “That’s a teal card.”It may not be a typical fraternity (it’s nonpledging), but it is symbolic of a new generation of young men who are eager to play a role in stopping campus sexual violence, which in recent years has generated intense attention from activists, Washington, and the media.
For decades, women have taken on this challenge, joined by a small subset of men.
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At noon on a Monday this past April, Alex Stepanek and some of his brothers from Sigma Phi Epsilon set up a big seesaw in front of the student union at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. and we just explained [that] victims of sexual assault don’t stop being affected by the event ...
MVP and Green Dot have each conducted trainings on more than 250 campuses.
Men Can Stop Rape has eight college chapters, and the group One in Four, with an emphasis on men’s engagement, has 15.
Some tension remains between proponents of bystander education with gender-neutral messaging (such as Green Dot) and those whose messages explicitly focus on male gender norms (such as MVP).
The bystander approach appeals to wide swaths of both men and women because “the vast majority are anti-rape ...