a) Short, accessible works for men coming to a support for feminism (NEW)
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Flood, Michael. (2010). Engaging Men and Boys in Building Gender Equality. Information Paper for Beijing+15. Melbourne: Jera International. Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/engaging-men-and-boys-building-gender-equality-beijing15-2010.
MenEngage and UNFPA. (2013a). Engaging Men, Changing Gender Norms: Directions for Gender-Transformative Action. MenEngage and UNFPA.Tarrant, Shira. (2009). Gender advantage: Checking in on masculine privilege. Chapter 4 (pp. 89-118) in Men and Feminism. Berkeley, California: Seal Press.
van der Gaag, Nikki (2014). Beyond the binaries: feminism and men. Chapter 2 in Feminism and Men. Zed Books.