The Masculinity Action Project is a community education and violence prevention initiative that brings men and masculine-identifying individuals into movements for gender justice. We host workshops and trainings on topics such as: bystander intervention, masculinity and mental health, consent, cooking and other traditionally feminized labor, apologizing and accountability, and many more.
The work of MAP is founded on the understanding that traditional ideas of masculinity—rhetoric such as “man up,” or “boys don’t cry,”—are harmful to everyone. Efforts within the Masculinity Action Project aim to address both the internal change men need and deserve, as well as working to prevent violence by engaging with and training men to call out and disrupt violence, toxic, and harmful behavior in their communities. To get involved, contact us today!