Working through resistance in engaging boys and men towards gender equality and progressive masculinities

@inproceedings{Ratele2015WorkingTR,
  title={Working through resistance in engaging boys and men towards gender equality and progressive masculinities},
  author={Kopano Ratele},
  booktitle={Culture, health & sexuality},
  year={2015}
}
Over the last two decades, a focus on challenging and transforming dominant forms of masculinity and engaging boys and men towards gender equality and healthy masculinities has permeated South African social and health sciences and the humanities. This focus on men and boys has also been evident in intervention and activist work. However, the turn to boys, men and masculinities has not gone without resistance, contestation and contradictions. A range of localised and global realities has… CONTINUE READING
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