The Sonke Gender Justice Network in South Africa has a “Brothers for Life” campaign – using ‘real men’ as models to start a conversation about men helping to be responsible for their partners’ and children’s health.
As workers and activists in the world of gender sometimes emphasize: ‘gender’ being not just about women.
Having lived in a heavily patriarchal society, and seen patriarchs wield power over the women in their households, I believe that having an unjust society with power imbalances makes life miserable for everyone. Women generally get a far, far worse deal – but finding ways to put these things behind us is a win for society, not just for one part of it.
Since a few email lists that I belong to have been hit by spam recently, I thought I’d post this tip here. To stop spam in your Google group, assuming you’re the manager or owner of the group:
Choose Group settings, then Access, then scroll down to:
“Message moderation >>
No moderation – messages are delivered directly”
and check the box next to:
That solves the problem, in my experience.
Make sure that you promptly approve any non-spam messages. Make other trusted members of the group into admins: that way, these tasks won’t be neglected, even if you’re away from your email for a few days.
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