Men and Young Men

Examples of community and culturally specific interventions:

  • Manhood 2.0 is a curriculum developed by Equimundo and the University of Pittsburgh to engage young men ages 15-24 in reflecting on the impacts of harmful gender norms, specifically those surrounding issues such as teen pregnancy prevention, dating violence and sexual assault, and the bullying of LGBTQ+ individuals.
  • Michigan Health and Human Services created a section for men’s sexual health called Birth Control for Men.
  • A toolkit developed to highlight, encourage, and guide men and masculine folks on issues of male privilege, sexual violence, and consent: Black Masculinity (re)imagined Masculinity, Male, Privilege & Consent.

Examples of policy and structural change:

Recommended readings:

Organizations highlight:

View the digital resource guide, online assessment tool, or a printable version of both. If you have questions, please contact Ericka Burns, Senior Director, Program (Equity), at

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