The Global Campaign for Men and Boys

welcome to equality4men


Welcome to equality4men, the global campaign to transform the way the world works for men and boys.

We’re committed to living in world that works for people of all genders and the equality4men campaign is focused on the personal, political and practical concerns of men and boys in the 21st Century.

Most of our activity is currently centred on the UK and the English-speaking world and we’re in the business of growing our international community to reach men and boys in every corner of the globe—so wherever you are in the world, we’d love you to join us and help us grow this community together.

If men’s issues are of interest to you—or even if you’re just a little bit curious—then why not take some time to explore the equality4men website today?

Our magazine4men is a good place to start as it’s full of great articles about men and boys issues for you to read and share with others—visit the magazine4men section now.

Then there’s our growing campaign4men section, which highlights issues we’d like to tackle to help us improve the lives of men and boys all over the world—have a look at our campaign4men section now.

If you like the sound of our campaigns and want to find out more about equality4men, then why not read about our equality4men book that will be available for you to buy soon—find out more about the equality4men book here.

We’ve also begun to develop a range of products for people interested in men and boys’ issues, which you can find in our shop4men and books4men sections. By spending a little at our shop today you can help us to develop our work making a difference for men and boys around the world.

We also have sections on events, help4men, an about section and a contact page so you can find out more about Equality 4 Men and how you can get involved in our campaigns if you want to.

Finally, if you are in the business of trying to engage more effectively with men and boys then you may be interested to learn about our Helping Men consultancy which offers a range of services and products.

Thanks for taking time to find out more about equality4men today, we hope you enjoy your visit and will stay connected with our global community.

6 comments on “welcome to equality4men

  1. Joe
    May 3, 2014

    Glad to have found this blog and I will be following it as much as possible.

  2. fabrizzo
    June 28, 2014

    Please help fight for formal shortpants to be allowed for men at the workplaces inclusive of offices.Women are allowed to wear just tank tops miniskirts and slippers,yet men are always seen in full formal from head to toe,its just not fair.And what isnt fair isnt equal.Tights are also a viable option of allowance to allow men in place of long pants.I wish to see a workplace of equally comfortably dressed men and women,looking casual yet classy.
    The fashion industry needs a revamp away from those unflattering baggy shorts which cannot justify their position in an office.If something has aesthetic appeal it naturally gets more persuasive power for acceptance,and workplace dresscode now isnt any different.

  3. MGTOW-man
    July 22, 2014

    This appears to be a great website genuinely interested in real equality… not the one we are “supposed to approve”…”Equal” but with special treatment for women. Tell me, before I commit to this site, I need to know how you feel about A) chivalry and B) women liberated BUT men must remain cattle-like and herded into a one-size-fits-all “manhood” corral. Too, is lying and pretending for women respecting them?

    I’d also want to “second the motion” to the above comment by “fabrizzo”. It may seem petty to some people but It really is unfair and reflective of superiority for women to get to wear basically whatever styles and colors they please, even in professional environments—even if their tits are greatly exposed. Men must wear suits—or if more relaxed, have to have their shirts buttoned up showing no chest skin or hair. If a man works out and when dressed, wants to not look like a scarecrow with baggy clothes hanging off of him—-you know?… show that he is not skinny bones but is in great shape, he gets sneered at and shunned. Men are limited to colors they can wear and still be taken seriously as professionals. Tell me, when looking at a group of people in complete group picture, who gets noticed more? …the man in drab colors and ANOTHER suit and tie, OR the woman in red? No brainer!

    What, if any, is your relationship to the “good men project”? I am an active donor to the causes of men and boys. But I will not give to any entity that is just a front for obsessing over women and especially in a context of all men must put pleasing women/kids front-center…else not a “real man”.

    • equality4menuk
      August 26, 2014

      “What, if any, is your relationship to the “good men project”?”


      I’m the author of the book Equality For Men, I write about men and boys’ issues on as many platforms as possible. In the UK I have written for the left-wing Guardian newspaper and the right-wing Telegraph newspaper; in the US I have written for the pro-feminists Good Men Project and the anti-feminist A Voice For Men —- my relationship to all of these publications is that I have written for them.

      Best wishes


  4. Real Sexism
    August 23, 2014

    Keep fighting the good fight.

  5. Andy
    August 25, 2014

    I too agree with the comments above. I am a strong believer in equality and acknowledge that in some aspects of life women are discriminated against, but I strongly feel that equality for men is perceived as a joke.
    The most basic example is as stated in dress codes, Why do men have to wear shirt, tie, socks and shoes during the summer, or any other time for that matter, when women can wear t-shirts, shorts and sandals? Do men not feel the heat? Do they not need to feel comfort?
    When i have mentioned this I am laughed at and told that men don’t need rights, they already get everything they want. I simply don’t think this is true and feel that discrimination for men is regarded as acceptable

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