Just Don’t!

In reaction to San Diego Mayor Bob Filner’s sexual harassment lawsuits below is a gif set of  Stephen Colbert demonstrating his own anti-sexual harassment system using his “don’t touch” screen (you need to ask the screen first). This is just another reason why I like Stephen Colbert so much.  

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Tootsie

Dustin Hoffman on playing a woman in Tootsie (1982) “If I was going to be a woman, I would want to be as beautiful as possible. And they said to me, ‘Uh, that’s as beautiful as we can get you.’ And I went home and started crying to my wife, and I said, ‘I have…

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Quote on Masculinity

“… the socialization of boys regarding masculinity is often at the expense of women. I came to realize that we don’t raise boys to be men, we raise them not to be women (or gay men). We teach boys that girls and women are “less than” and that leads to violence by some and silence…

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PURELY AFRICAN: LYDIAH DOLA SCALING THE HEIGHTS

PURELY AFRICAN: LYDIAH DOLA SCALING THE HEIGHTS LYDIAH DOLA Lydiah Dola, is a composer, singer, guitarist, poet,and a social activist born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya. She uses her voice and power for social change- equality, justice,peace and freedom. She is one of Kenya’s upand coming afro-fusion female artists and the founder of African Tunes…

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Adrienne Wilkinson at Comic Con

Saturday afternoon actor and producer Adrienne Wilkinson visited the Men’s Banner Project table. She was interested in putting her hand on the banner. I explained participating in making the banner was just for men but I appreciated the support.  She graciously posed for a photo with me.  Adrienne Wilkinson and myself

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Number One is added to the Men’s Banner

This year Jonathan Frakes was a celebrity guest at Comic Con. He is known for his roles as William Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Gargoyles, NCIS: Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, Wings, The Twilight Zone, Eight is Enough, Charlie’s Angels and Fantasy Island.  My favorites were Star Trek and Gargoyles! With a brief introduction…

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A Hurricane hits the Men’s Banner

Friday January 29, 2010 Celebration Week at the University of Manitoba brought in Rubin “Hurricane” Carter a former boxer, writer, human rights activist, Doctor of laws, CEO & Founder of Innocence International.It was awesome to see him in person. He was a powerful positive force on stage. Rubin “Hurricane” Carter with the Men’s Banner As…

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