Most male victims of violence are the victims of other men’s violence. So that’s something that both women and men have in common. We are both victims of men’s violence.
Language usage always has a political context.
The major political battles about guns in our society concern handguns and assault weapons, not long arms like hunting rifles.
Calling gender violence a women’s issue is part of the problem. It gives a lot of men an excuse not to pay attention.
In corporate culture, in sports culture, in the media, we honor those who win at all costs.
Most people aren’t familiar enough with what actually goes on in professional wrestling to know just how badly women are treated in WWE narratives.
A society that respects women needs to elect leaders who care more about women’s lives than they do about their or their company’s bottom line.