Links

Non-Gender Privileged Resources Websites
Anti-Racism Resources
Websites/groups for Men Against Sexism and Patriarchy
DC Metro Area Groups (from Men Can Stop Rape website)
Anti-Oppression Groups







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Non-Gender Privileged Resources Websites

GenderTalk's Trans Resource Page

Survivor Project (trans and intersex survivors of domestic and sexual violence)

The Wemoon's Army is a collective - gender inclusive, but currently womun dominated - made up of cells. A cell can be anywhere from 1 person to 13 people. If you believe in the Mission Statement, if the words and their meanings ring true for you, then you, my friend, are Wemoon's Army. Wemoon's Army

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Anti-Racism Resources

Challenging White Supremacy Workshops Resources

Colours of Resistance Organizing Tools

Colours of Resistance Links Absolutely amazing compendium of web-based resources and local groups.

WhitePrivilege.com

MensNet A network for pro-feminist, gay affirmative, anti-racist, male positive men.

ColorLines Magazine
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Websites/groups for Men Against Sexism and Patriarchy

Men Can Stop Rape

Menstuff There are no human enemies. Each group's liberation is interdependent with the liberation of every other group. This work is an opportunity not only to create institutional change, but to build a lasting network of loving relationships with both women and men founded on truly human interactions. We are using our ever-increasing knowledge and experience of women's and men's liberation to move toward social evolution and lasting world peace.

XY Online XY is a website focused on men, masculinities and gender politics. XY is a space for the exploration of issues of gender and sexuality, the daily issues of men's and women's lives, and practical discussion of personal and social change.

National Organization for Men Against Sexism

Men for Change The members of Men For Change are dedicated towards promoting positive masculinity and ending sexism and violence.

Against Patriarchy A Conference for Everyone

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DC Metro Area Groups (from Men Can Stop Rape website)

DC Rape Crisis Center The Center's services include: a 24-hour hotline, group and individual counseling services for rape and incest survivors and their families and friends, a companion program to accompany survivors to hospitals, courts and police proceedings, low-cost self-defense classes, a growing library, training for professionals working with survivors and a wide array of community education programs including "Staying Safe" classes for children of all ages within the D.C. public school system.

My Sister's Place My Sister's Place is an interactive community committed to eradicating domestic violence. It provides safe, confidential shelter, programs, education, and advocacy for battered women and their children.

Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League (SMYAL) As a youth service agency serving the metropolitan area of Washington, DC, including Maryland and Northern Virginia, SMYAL's mission is to support and enhance the self-esteem of sexual minority youth - any youth (13-21) who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or who may be questioning their sexuality (LGBTQ) - and to increase public awareness and understanding of their issues.

The Empower Program The Empower Program's mission is to work with youth to end the culture of violence.

The House of Ruth House of Ruth provides housing and services to women, children and families in greatest need throughout the Washington, DC area, where 15,000 individuals are homeless each night.

Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE) WEAVE's mission is to empower victims of domestic violence so that they can free themselves safely from the cycle of abuse and obtain independence and self-sufficiency. WEAVE provides legal services, counseling, and case management for survivors of domestic violence in Washington, D.C.

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Anti-Oppression Groups

Anti-Oppression Training Groups

SOA Watch Anti-Oppression Working Group
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Further Reading

Tools/Practical Guides for Self-Analysis
Non-Gender Privileged Folks Speaking Out
Men Speaking Out
Zines by Non-Gender Privileged Folks
Zines by Men
Ableism Readings
Anti-Racism Readings
Workshops and Trainings




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Tools/Practical Guides for Self-Analysis

Definition of Terms by SOA Watch Anti-Oppression Working Group

Overcoming Discrimination by SOAW AOWG

Principles and Practice of Anti-Oppression from Los Angeles Direct Action Network

Tools for White Guys who are Working for Social Change and other people socialized in a society based on domination by Chris Crass

Patterns of Patriarchy Commonly Observed within Social Justice Movements

Taking The First Step: Suggestions To People Called Out For Abusive Behavior by wispy cockles

Being An Ally for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered People by SOAW AOWG

What is Heterosexual Privilege? from NAFSA SIGnals Newsletter

Heterosexual Privilege Feature in “Coming Out”

Transgender Terms Sheet by SOAW AOWG

What Men Can Do to Prevent Rape by Men Can Stop Rape

Violent and Controlling Behaviors Checklist

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Non-Gender Privileged Folks Speaking Out

An Open Letter to the Penis-Possessin' Punks of Seattle

What I Am

What We Want by Jennifer Sauer

What it is to be a girl in an anarchist boys' club

Reasons why you MEN should Smash Patriarchy:

What Men (and Wimmin) Can Do

Men in the Movement by Laura Close

Reflections on Feinberg by Laura McNeill
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Men Speaking Out

A Statement of Male Organizers of an Anti-Sexist Conference to the Male Attendees

Klee Benally speaks out about Patriarchy's Pervasiveness in the Music Scene.

Male Privilege - by D. A. Clarke. A poem for men who don't understand what we mean, when we say men have "it."

The Hardcore Patriarchy (RE: Sexism and the Hardcore/Punk Scene)

Going to Places that Scare Me: Personal Reflections on Challenging Male Supremacy by Chris Crass

Young White Men Scared, Entitled and Cynical-A Deadly Combination

Why Rape is a Men's Issue by Men Can Stop Rape

Supporting Survivors by Men Can Stop Rape

What Men Can Do to Prevent Rape by Men Can Stop Rape

Redefining Rape by Lucas Spiegel

Sexuality, Masculinity and Men’s Choices by Robert Jensen

Be A Winner by Eric Patton

Men's pleasure, women's pain: A dangerous sexual ethic is woven into cultural fabric by Robert Jensen
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Zines by Non-Gender Privileged Folks

GETTING TO THE ROOTS [of Domination]: this is the zine that explains the history and perils of patriarchy and calls for the complete end to this brutal system. Excerpt: "It's no accident that the conquerors came with crosses on their chests and swords behind their backs."
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RE-MEMBER: a zine about sexuality and wemoon's collective trauma. It is a flip zine and contains two true illustrated stories that meet in the middle. Excerpt: "You're fucking me, on top, not me, just my body, not my body, a body - any body? Have you noticed me gone?"
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MUTINY! [Winter 2001]: this issue contains the famed article about the punk show blow up doll controversy. It also has a lot of herstory and an article on the police state, among other chewy morsels. Excerpt: "O.k. I am starting off here by saying that my cunt is a temple"
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Look at the Moon: This is a short Autumnal special regarding Halloween, Samhain, the Day of the Dead, and the Holocaust of Womyn (witch trials). Excerpt: "It is a time to remember the dead, to pay tribute to life and to manifest magick."
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Zines by Men

"Deal With It" is a journal currently put out by anti-sexist anarchist men in support of the struggle to end sexist oppression, deconstruct gender, overthrow patriarchy, and achieve total liberation:

Issue 1:
Redefining Rape
Deep Inside the Mind of A Manarchist
Welcome to Eugene, "Anarchist" Capital of the World
My Adventure Back to the Sixth Grade

Issue 2: Intro to Issue 2
An Open Letter to Our Allies
Just a Few Days Ago, I Was Attacked
Taking the First Step: suggestions to people called out for abusive behavior
Taking the First Step: suggestions to people called out for abusive behavior
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Ableism Readings

Ableism, Accessibility and Inclusion by Heather De Mian

The Social Movement Left Out by Marta Russell
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Anti-Racism Readings

What is White Supremacy? by Elizabeth Martínez

White Supremacy On My Mind: Learning To Undermine Racism by Chris Crass

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh

Ten Things to Remember: Anti-Racist Strategies for White Student Radicals by Chris Dixon

Cultural Etiquette: A Guide for the Well-Intentioned by Amoja Three Rivers

Whose ally? Thinking critically about anti-oppression ally organizing by Michelle O’Brien

The Language and Rhetoric of Race by Robert Jensen
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Workshops and Trainings

The Power Shuffle
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