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    there is no "too early" when it comes to talking to our boys in an age-appropriate way about puberty/consent/sexuality...

    Boy Talk

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    health, happiness and the pursuit of positive...

    Health, Happiness and the Pursuit of Positive

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    "Being there as your kids grow up? That's everything. That's providing."

    "BEING THERE as your kids grow up? That's everything. That's providing."

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    There is hope in the unknown. In the light that casts its last shadows, for tomorrow we will grow up a little more. Tomorrow we will be better. We will know more about ourselves and the world...

    "Ten years from now," we used to say...

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    "Our main focus on the curriculum is positive masculinity for the boys, positive empowerment, and actually making them gentlemen on issues to do with the prevention of rape and standing up for the rights of women," said Omondi, dressed in a black T-shirt with NO! emblazoned on the front.

    Kenyan schoolboys save girls from rape after learning 'no means no': TRFN

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    In order to make any sort of real change, we have to do more than hold a few seats for our sons at the table, we must invite them to sit down, to speak, to share... Otherwise, we are drawing an even bigger line in the sand -- separating our sons and daughters with our fear when we should be bringing them together with our hope.

    "Come sit with us."

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    Research shows that relationships and the ability to connect emotionally are key to happiness, health and even career success. Studies also show that toys have the power to influence the way kids see themselves and the world around them. But right now toys that encourage connection and empathy are only marketed to girls -- sending the message to many boys that this kind of play is not for them." -Laura Wider, creator of Wonder Crew

    Wonder Crew Powers, ACTIVATE!

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    Moms Fighting Gender Bias One Kickstarter at a Time - Toddler Tips & Advice | mom.me

    Moms Fighting Gender Bias One Kickstarter at a Time - mom.me

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    The MENtoring Project - Esquire

    Esquire Magazine

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    "Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong." - Emma Watson, an actress and advocate who my kids know and recognize and are willing to watch speak for thirteen minutes about feminism and gender equality. Awesome.

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