3C. Women's Feminist and Gender Critical Male Allies
Labour Women’s Declaration [UK]
“Holding labour to account on women’s sex-based rights”
Graham Linehan. The Glinner Update
“... fighting for women’s rights…”
The real issue separating men and women isn't talent or achievement or natural brilliance or hard work. It's being in the position to set the rules. Men have had that power, and women have not... It's time to change our perspective, to see and consider women's talents in a new way.
― Janice Kaplan, The Genius of Women: From Overlooked to Changing the World
Atatürk Society of America. "Atatürk's reforms empowered Turkish women and set an example for the developing world." 
Mary Harrington. “The problem with male feminists.” 
Ilse Hogue. "Nelson Mandela, feminist: Few people know that Mandela was a global leader on reproducive freedom." 
James Kirkup. “Is Labour changing its mind on trans issues?: The shadow chancellor’s comments may well split the party. 
Meghan Murphy. “The problem with male feminists: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a perfect example of the problem with men’s self-proclaimed feminism.” 
President Barack Obama. "Remarks of President Barack Obama on the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act bill signing." 
Wikipedia. "William Lloyd Garrison." [n.d.]
Wikipedia. “Men in feminism.” [n.d.]
Wikipedia. "John Stuart Mill."
Western liberals who rightly condemn imperialism [are] yet are blind to the cultural imperialism they are performing when they silence my critiques of misogyny. They behave as if they want to save my culture and faith from me, and forget that they are immune to the violations about which I speak.
― Mona Eltahawy, Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution
Imam Arshad Anwar, Sulaiman Nureddin, Fakiha Khan.. “What does justice demand of our brothers?: Ending men’s violence with this generation.” Produced and edited by GASBR member Hugh Esco.  VIDEO
Guilt is not a response to anger; it is a response to one’s own actions or lack of action. If it leads to change then it can be useful, since it is then no longer guilt but the beginning of knowledge. Yet all too often, guilt is just another name for impotence, for defensiveness destructive of communication; it becomes a device to protect ignorance and the continuation of things the way they are, the ultimate protection for changelessness.
― Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches
Theodore G. Obenchain. Genius belabored: Childbed Fever and the tragic life of Ignaz Semmelweis.  BOOK