The Many Paths of Feminism: Can men travel any of them? 
While the 'theory and practice' of the present feminist movement has transcended untold borders, it has also largely failed to traverse one significant boundary (that constitutes nearly 50% of the equation): men. This essay is a preliminary delineation of how a man might go about gaining a feminist worldview, why such a perspective is desirable, and what sort of role he might play in the present feminist movement. (Concluding that men must travel new and different pathways to such an end. this essay hopes to open a larger dialogue that would finally see men truly joining their feminist sisters in one of the most important social struggles ever undertaken.
Sociology and Anthropology
Schacht, Steven P., and Doris Ewing. "The many paths of feminism: Can men travel any of them?." Journal of Gender Studies 6, no. 2 (1997): 159-176.
Journal of Gender Studies