For the last few years, the indignities women must endure to simply be a part of public society have finally shifted to the forefront of public discourse. It’s a conversation that started with addressing catcalling and the gender pay gap and moved deeper toward recognizing the more insidious structural biases that lurk around every corner for women.
So, for the last few years, I’ve dedicated more and more of my life to helping educate other women about how we can counteract and get around the numerous roadblocks we face. But more and more, I’m being asked by men how they can help. “We’re sick of being told we’re the problem,” they say, “when we want to help. But nobody will tell us how.”