Monthly Archives: January 2011

Is it time for gay men and straight men to kiss and make up (or at least shake hands in a firm, manly and entirely non-sexual way)?

The death of a Ugandan homosexual rights activist who was targeted by a gay-hate newspaper, then murdered in his home is just one reason why gay men and straight men should join forces to end Violence Against Men and Boys. Gay

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Phworr, look at the sexism on that!

It’s a great shame that football commentator Andy Gray being sacked for making a sexually suggestive comment to a woman whose career highlights include making sexually suggestive poses for “the lads” got more people talking about sexism and equality than

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Dads Group 2011 Starts Tuesday

How do you become the great dad you know you can be more of the time? Great sportsmen have the world’s best coaches. Great businessmen have the world’s best business advisors. AND GREAT DADS GO TO DADS’ GROUP! (click here

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International Men’s Day confirms support for ALL men and boys

The UK’s co-ordinator for International Men’s Day has welcomed the publication of  a Diversity & Equality statement which confirms that the day invites  all men, women, girls and boys to take part in celebrating men and boys on International Men’s

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Gay Men’s Rights In Africa

The funeral has been held for David Kato, a Ugandan gay rights campaigner murdered after he sued a local paper which outed him as homosexual. Uganda’s Rolling Stone newspaper published the photographs of several people it said were gay, including Mr Kato,

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Grieving Dad Launches Male Mentoring Campaign

The father of a teenage boy gunned down in a pub in Manchester, England, is launching a campaign called Fathers Against Violence to promote male role models and turn around young men’s lives. James Gregory, whose son Giuseppe was killed

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Bereavement charity excludes dead dads and loving brothers

The UK’s leading bereavement charity has taken the bizarre decision to exclude dead dads and loving brothers from a winter campaign to support children who have lost a parent or a sibling. Cruse Bereavement Care’s Big Hug campaign aims to

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