Recognising and respecting the line can be confusing for young people.
They need guidance from people they look up to. People like you.
You can help students have healthy, happy and respectful relationships, and avoid behaviours that frighten, intimidate or diminish others.
The Line ambassador Luke Ablett on equal, respectful relationships and what it is to be a good man...
About The Line
The Line encourages healthy and respectful relationships by challenging and changing attitudes and behaviours that support violence against women. For more information, visit the About us page, and browse our articles below...
The making of a man... Part 2
The making of a man... Part 1
Talking to male students about masculinity
Managing student behaviour: What’s gender got to do with it?
Talking to students about privilege and power
Off-field performance – how does your club rate?
Discussing gender and stereotypes with students
Gender versus sex: Expectations, myths and models
Encouraging students to take action
Promoting gender equity in the classroom
Are you a gender equitable teacher?
Discussing gender stereotypes with 9-11 year old students
Obviously a problem with my rod. http://www.theline.org.au/dating-dos-and-donts
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Men shouldn't have to constantly prove they're tough to be considered 'manly' and a 'woman's place' is wherever the hell she wants it to be. Society often puts us in boxes and they can limit our potential and dictate how we think and behave. Do you agree with our AFL footy legends? Reckon it's time to stop putting ALL of us in boxes? AFL Players
2 days ago