At PCADV, we recognize that men are also affected by unhealthy relationships and domestic violence. We would like for men to unite with us in the movement to end violence in all relationships.
Well, some men have felt isolated from this work even though they too are affected by domestic violence. Stereotypes about relationships, for example the need for men to always be “tough”, hurt men too. And we need everyone – women and men – involved if we want to end domestic violence.
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Nomination Deadline: March 30 Excellence in Male Leadership Awards
The EMLA award is presented annually to male community leaders who demonstrate healthy masculinity, model respect and equality in relationships, and act as allies in the movement to end domestic violence. If you know a great man in your community, nominate them today!
Join us: Accept the #HearMeOut Challenge
You are likely a role model for other men and boys in your community and a perfect ally to help us spread the word. We want everyone to share and understand what a healthy relationship is and is not. Because every person deserves a healthy relationship.
Joining is easy! And you don’t have to know all the answers! Once you accept the challenge, we will send you a toolkit with everything you need to get started.
1. Accept the Challenge!
Fill out and submit the online form below.
First 100 to accept will receive a #HearMeOut T-shirt.*
*While supplies last. Must be a PA resident, provide your mailing address and prefered shirt size, and identity as a man to receive a #HearMeOut T-shirt.
2. Spread the word!
- Follow PCADV on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
- Share the challenge on your social media
- Find more ways in your #HearMeOut Toolkit!
I pledge to model respect & equality in my relationships and speak out against disrespectful & abusive behaviors.
We need to more purposefully engage men and boys – not because the majority of abusers are men, but because the majority of men are not abusers – making them perfect allies.
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