Male Champions

Burger King and Bullying, a Message for Male Champions.

If you see something, say something.

If you see something, say something. I am often asked for simple things men can do to demonstrate advocacy for advancing women. One of the most important first steps is to just speak up when you see a problem. Fast food chain Burger King recently created a public service announcement called “Bullying Junior” that sheds…

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Men: This Mother’s Day Become an Advocate for Women

What a difference a year makes. For the past couple of years, I’ve been saying that women’s advancement is stuck and the needle isn’t moving. Well, the needle may be stuck, but women’s voices are rising. In January we witnessed record-setting crowds for the Women’s March and while the headlines aren’t always positive, women’s issues…

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Gender Pay Equity, This Bud’s for You

#PayEquality #CheersToEqualPay It’s not often that my job is done by an advertisement. But this week, the folks at Bud Light stepped up to the microphone to talk about gender pay equity. As many of you know, I’ve been encouraging men to step up and get involved in the conversation about advancing women in the…

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Celebrating the Legacy of a Male Feminist: Dave Goldberg

Jeffery Tobias Halter on male feminists, male engagement, male champions and fathers of daughters

By now we have all heard the sad news this week of the passing of Dave Goldberg, the chief executive of SurveyMonkey and Sheryl Sandberg’s husband. Goldberg, 47, died unexpectedly Friday, after sustaining severe head injuries after falling off a treadmill, while on vacation with his family in Mexico. As tributes poured in from Silicon…

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