Yolo Akili is an educator and social justice worker whose work addresses issues of Queer Male Privilege in LGBTQ communities and heterosexism and homophobia in the movement to end male violence against women. (more)
Ben Atherton-Zeman performs a one-man play, “Voices of Men” for colleges, high schools, conferences and the United States Military. The play uses humor and celebrity male voice impressions to educate audiences about domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of violence. www.voicesofmen.org to see clips.
Steven Botkin presents workshops and trainings on engaging men as allies with women for gender equality, violence prevention, peacebuilding, sexual and reproductive health and positive masculinity. As founder of the Men’s Resource Center for Change and Men’s Resources International, Dr. Botkin brings 30 years of theory and practice to his teaching and consulting with local and international organizations and conferences around the world.
Ted Bunch (on) Facebook (on) YouTube is recognized both nationally and internationally for his expertise in organizing and educating men in the effort to prevent domestic and sexual violence while promoting concepts of a healthier manhood. He is dedicated to galvanizing a national movement of men committed to ending violence and discrimination against women and girls. (more)
Mike Domitrz teaches the importance of consent (asking first), bystander intervention and supporting survivors in his program: “Can I Kiss You? A Candid Look at Dating, Communication, Respect, & Sexual Assault.” His keynotes and workshops are presented in middle schools, high schools, universities, and US Military Installations.
John D. Foubert, Ph.D. speaks nationally and internationally about rape prevention, bystander intervention, risk reduction, and the effects of pornography to university, military, and community audiences. His research based approach to preventing rape and reducing women’s risk for experiencing assault provide your organization with results proven to make a difference.
David J.H. Garvin, MSW, LMSW BISC-MI ADA, Senior Director of Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County in Ann Arbor, Michigan where he founded, supervises and directs the Alternatives to Domestic Aggression Program (ADA), the Behavioral Health Services and Substance Abuse Services, Adoption and Pregnancy Services, and the Supervised Visitation and Exchange Program. David has been directly involved in the anti-domestic violence movement since1986 when he founded the ADA Program. (more)
Robert Jensen critiques the sexual-exploitation industries (pornography, prostitution, stripping) from a radical feminist perspective. He is the author of several books, including Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity.
Allan G. Johnson is a public speaker, sociologist, nonfiction writer, and novelist who has spent most of his life trying to understand the human condition, especially as shaped by oppressive systems of privilege based on gender and race.
James Landrith (on) Twitter (on) Facebook is a survivor of rape at the hands of a woman and attempted rape at the hands of a man. Landrith’s presentations often focus on victim blaming and myths related to sexual violence and survivors. (more)
Rob Okun is the longtime editor of the male positive, profeminist magazine, Voice Male. His new book, Voice Male: The Untold Story of the Profeminist Men’s Movement (Interlink Books, October 2013) provides an overview of one of the most important social movements you’ve never heard of. (more)
Tony Porter (on) Facebook (on) YouTube – Educator, Activist and Lecturer - is an educator and activist and has been working in the social justice arena for over twenty years. He is nationally recognized for his effort to end men’s violence against women. (more)
Joseph Weinberg is a pioneer in holding males to a more ethical standard of behavior than we did in previous generations. Some speech titles include: 1.) “What’s Inside The Mind Of A Man? Demystifying Men for Women (and Men)”, 2.) “Learning A Loving, Mutually-Pleasurable and Consensual Sexuality in a Hook-up Culture”, 3.) “Girls and Boys Together—Barbie Meets GI Joe?” Deconstructing Gender and 4.) “Radical Sex Education Is Rape Prevention: Making Consent Sexy”