Start a Powerful New Conversation about Masculinity

“Groundbreaking”
“…highly recommended for school and college administrators, coaches, counselors, and therapists.”
“Perhaps the most important book on masculinity ever.”

The Little #MeToo Book for Men

Over the course of just seventy-five brief pages, Good Men Project Senior Editor Mark Greene exposes the brutal price that man box culture extracts from men and women world wide. The Little #MeToo Book for Men is a concise, no holds barred call to action, inviting men to step out of silence and isolation and into the battle for a better future.

From the introduction:

“For millions of men, manhood can seem like a foregone conclusion, mapped out for us by universally understood rules for being a ‘real man.'”

“These rules determine how we walk, how we talk, what we think and do, what we view as our responsibilities and most importantly, how we pursue or fail to pursue our deepest needs, wants and desires.

These rules of manhood become so central to what we believe as to render the distinction between ourselves and our culture of manhood invisible to us. When millions of men live our lives subject to the rules of a culture we are not fully conscious of, it can be damaging for our families, our communities, our collective quality of life, and even our longevity.

The Little #MeToo Book for Men seeks to encourage a conversation about how boys and men arrive at what we believe. If this conversation can reveal even the slightest glimmer of daylight between our dominant culture of masculinity and our own daily choices as men, my hope is we will find, in that space, a more vibrant and authentic connection to our agency, our power and our humanity.”

Reviews

“The Little #MeToo Book for Men is a profoundly empathetic guide for men who are navigating a culture that pressures them to bury their humanity. This book is nothing short of a blueprint for men’s liberation.”
– Caroline Heldman, Ph.D.
Executive Director of The Representation Project

“Greene has compiled his thoughts, perspectives, and masculinity research in a manner that would be helpful for anyone that truly wishes to equip boys and men for a better life. Specifically, it’s highly recommended for school and college administrators, coaches, counselors, and therapists.”
-Byron A. Hughes, Ph.D.
Dean of Students
Virginia Tech

“The Little #MeToo Book for Men is an excellent resource. It offers insight into our collective socialization and how we can break out of the Man Box to promote healthy manhood and help prevent all forms of violence and discrimination against all women and girls.”
-Tony Porter, founder of A CALL TO MEN

“Outstanding read and great contribution to understanding the current cultural impact on boys and healthy masculine development.”
-Joe Ehrmann, Author, InSideOut Coaching

“The Little #Metoo Book for Men is truly groundbreaking. I sincerely believe that they are the most crucial, relevant and profound words written about this movement from a man’s perspective.”
-Ludo Gabriele, WokeDaddy.com

“Mark Greene, in 75 pages, has written perhaps the most important book on masculinity ever.”
-Joseph Losi, Couples Therapist

“This is the book that men should be reading to get a thoughtful and concise look at modern masculinity and the man box in which we find ourselves stuck.”
-Matt Schneider, Co-founder, City Dads Group

“Mark Greene is unique among my activist friends and colleagues in speaking truth to power, but not seeing men and women in opposition.”
– Jed Diamond, Men Alive Now

“This isn’t just a book, it’s a thunderbolt! A powerful call to end men’s silence on sexual assault.”
-Lisa Hickey, CEO, The Good Men Project

“With deep compassion for men, Greene calls out to our better selves.”
-Michael Kasdan

“Mark Greene has written a timely, compelling book that connects two seemingly disparate issues, the widespread silence about and cultural acceptance of sexual assault against women, and the emotional assault against men that begins when they are boys.”
-Lisa Duggan

“Mark Greene manages to write in a way that makes a very difficult topic easily accessible. His non-judgmental writing allows men to have a little distance, so they can think through these issues without shutting down. He places society and our culture squarely in the cross hairs and then offers men a path forward and out of the pain we inflict on others and ourselves when we blindly follow the cultural scripts we were born into. I will be recommending this book to my clients as well as friends and family.”
-Jay Sefton, Therapist

“This book is 70+ pages of truth, wisdom, explanation, and understanding. It doesn’t make excuses, but it does give explanations of how we got here and what we can do to change. I was so impressed with the book, I immediately gave a copy to my twenty-something son and asked him to read it as well.”
– EM Bosso, Author

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