#ManUp

The phrase “man up” is often used to express the perceived definition of manhood – showing no weakness and not expressing emotions. However, there’s more to manhood than being tough. Our partners at Mary Kay are working to change the definition of “man up” to include one where men treat each other and women with respect.

You can be part of the change. Keep reading for resources and more information on how you can help create a society where one in four women, one in seven men and one in three teens don’t experience domestic violence or dating abuse.

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From The Hotline

I #SeeDV: Crayton Webb

I #SeeDV: Chris Harris, Jr. – Denver Broncos

I #SeeDV: Christopher Gandin Le

Man-to-Man: Talking About Sexism and Domestic Violence

Men Can Be Victims of Abuse, Too

From loveisrespect

When You See Something, Should You Say Something?

The Bystander Effect

Other Related Resources

Policy Mic: Four Ways Men Can End Violence Against Women

TED Talk: Violence Against Women: It’s a Men’s Issue featuring Jackson Katz

TED Talk: A Call to Men featuring Tony Porter

Thought Catalog: The Four Ds of Bystander Intervention

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