There are several entries that are just entirely to big to comment on, that have to be read as a whole, are good when you need to find something etc. These all do not necessarily need a new post (while some do) and it is mostly just to clear up my cluttered "to write" list (228 more to go....YEAH). Anyhow here it goes:
There are several accounts of male rape victims on reddit, and with several I mean many **Trigger Warning**: IamA Requests (comments), SRS Thread and one who did not want to share in said thread, AskReddit Thread, 2 prison rape IamAs, several IamAs more in the comments.
WMST-L File Collection, an Email forum of women's studies teachers. Pretty interesting read.
"Frauengewalt" (female violence) a German source with many English quotes of DV studies. And a somewhat similar thing.
CURRENT CONTROVERSIES AND PREVALENCE CONCERNING FEMALE OFFENDERS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE - Why the Overwhelming Evidence on Partner Physical Violence Has Not Been
Perceived and Is Often Denied - Straus - 2009. I should probably post about that one in detail. It is the go to source for feminist critique in terms of male victimization of DV. Also, Processes Explaining the Concealment and Distortion
of Evidence on Gender Symmetry in Partner Violence - 2007.
We also have the feminist position by Johnson. And the NOMAS task force link.
This is the page where the CDC has the data on their youth risk studies. I still feature a slightly older version here as the numbers do not differ that much. But for future references, this might be interesting.
Baumeister's "Is there anything good about men?". A classic.
Contemporary perspectives on masculinity. A book I will read when I have time (never).
Mensrightslinks, studies via r/mr.
The science and politics of comparing women and men.
Male Rape and Human Rights - Lara Stemple
Feminist position on privilege, oppression and power.
SRSD on sex positivity.
I collected some links on the history of women and the draft that somewhat left me nowhere.
bell hook's "Feminism is for everybody", one of those books I too want to read sometime.
"15 Intriguing Thoughts About Men, Women and Relationships" by Warren Farrell, Ph.D.
Sexismsbusters is a nice overview for issues men face.
Regender is a site that swaps male and female pronouns so one can have fun to switch those around.
There were 2 experiments where women lived like man, Nora Vincent's "Self-made Man" and "Macho like me". I want to watch / read both....sometimes. Sigh.
Female Offenders lists quite a few studies / resources.