men, masculinities and gender politics

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Welcome to the new XY

Welcome to XY. I'm thrilled to report that the redesign of the site finally is complete. We have rebuilt the site from the ground up. And we've made a series of changes. We have:

  • Added a whole lot of new content, including articles, resource guides and manuals, and images;
  • Added a blog - and we plan to build a pool of regular and guest bloggers;
  • Made it possible to view XY's content by date, author, or category; and
  • Added new categories for content, including 'Working with Men and Boys' and 'Resources'.

All this has been built on a new system of content management (using Drupal), making it much easier for us to regularly update and revise the site. Thank you to my friend David Houlder for his great work on the site. You're a star.

XY represents one of the most substantial resources on men and gender issues on the internet. XY is intended to be comprehensive, cutting-edge, and global.

I hope that you will support and contribute to XY:

  • Send in your writing, reports, guides, and images
  • Become a regular or guest blogger
  • Add a link to XY on your own site or blog
  • Spread the word
  • Volunteer to help
  • Make a donation

I look forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,

michael flood.

Men Can Make a Difference MMAAK Manual - MMAAK website

Dear Michael,

I would like to bring to your attention that the website of the Movement of Men against AIDS in Kenya (MMAAK) has changed to www.mmaak.org i really appreciate that the MMAAK manual was able to be featured in your Web site Thank you very Much.

Regards,

Michael Onyango

MMAAK

Dear Michael, I've added

Dear Michael,
I've added MMAAK's site to the XY links. Thanks for your feedback.
Best wishes,
michael flood.

Hooray!

Hooray!