A new generation of pro-feminist men is defying stereotypes and combating sexist violence. But more need to join them.
Julie Bindel is a journalist, author and feminist campaigner. Her book Feminism for Women: The Real Route to Liberation, (Constable, Robinson) was pub... lished in May 2021
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