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Nevertheless, some men do become involved in movements to end men’s violence against women and to build a more gender-equal world. Their commitments have grown in a rich soil of deeply felt personal experiences, particular relationships and intimacies and loyalties, and ethical and political commitments. Men’s involvements have been nurtured by tangible opportunities to participate, and sustained by a sense of a mandate for action, a deeper understanding of the issues, and the support of peers and a community.
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