Pros Before Bros

Christoph May

Detoxicologist. Founder and creator of Detox Masculinity Network and Hetox Magazine. He gives lectures, workshops and webinars on critical masculinity and male fantasies in TV shows and movies: christophmay.eu

Heidi Süß

Just finished her PhD on masculinities in the German rap scene. She researches, writes and lectures about gender/masculinity roles and sexism in rap music: heidisuess.de

Cesy Leonard

Artist, activist and systemic coach. She is the co-founder of Radikale Töchter and together with three artists, she has led the artists’ group Zentrum für Politische Schönheit. She is mother of two children and lives in Berlin.

Veronika Kracher

Journalist based in Frankfurt. Her main topics are the relationship of right-winged ideologies, masculinity and antifeminism, the alt-right, and, most notably, the “incel” subculture”. @verokracher

Laura Vorsatz

Podcast host of Feminismus mit Vorsatz where she tells about her own travel through feminism (failures included). Studied culture and communication science, lives in Berlin and works in a centre for entrepreneurship: @feminismusmitvorsatz

Susanne Scheerer & Jan Bathel

Both systemic strategist consultants drive gender diversity, female empowerment and social transformation through leadership and culture change programs with Empathic Organization and Grace.

Rick Reuther

Lives in Vienna, where he is doing critical boys and men’s work for poika. His interests are research, activism and performance. And he is brilliant on Twitter: @wasserdanke

Siân Birkner

Gender Studies student, blogger, fangirl and longtime pop culture consumer. Engages with masculinities, femininity and superheroes on alwayssavethegirl.org.

Nina Schmulius

Writer, activist and educator. She works as political ghostwriter and teaches storytelling at the UAS Bern & Grisons. She engages at Fian and is part of Radikale Töchter: ninaschmulius.com

Lisa Neupert

Art historian and teacher from Essen. Researches, publishes and lectures at the interface of cultural studies, gender studies and visual systems.

Sophie Kramer

Studied social work (B.A.) at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. She wrote her thesis on “Boys don’t cry? – Masculinities in crisis” and commits herself to intersectional feminism.

Carolin Wiedemann

Journalist and sociologist. She writes for FAZ, Missy Magazine and analyse&kritik on questions about criticism and emancipation: carolinwiedemann.com

Bilke Schnibbe

Psychologist and author based in Berlin. Bilke writes and talks about sexualized violence, masculinity and (critical) psychotherapy from a feminist perspective: bilkeschnibbe.net

Susanne Wosnitzka

Musicologist specialized in women’s music history and lesbian history. Doctorate student. Freelancer for e.g. the Archiv Frau und Musik and in the managing board of musica femina münchen: susanne-wosnitzka.de

Janosch

Blogger & Activist. Seriously wonders where all the pro_feminist men are when it comes to debates on gender. Thus decided to start a blog on critical masculinity: kritische-maennlichkeit.de

Lukas Fuchsgruber

Doctor of Art History from Berlin. Lukas works on the social and economical reality of art, in particular in the 19th and 20th century and for a better tomorrow: @feedgruber

Vince Beringhoff

Journalist & media educator. Education officer for the department for boy work NRW (gender-reflected pedagogy). Idealistic pragmatist with a feminine socialization background.

Jochen König

Author and blogger from Berlin. He writes about diversity of families and genders, afternoons on the playground, about failure and overwork, masculinity and sex: jochenkoenig.net

Heimathafen Herz

She studies law and was a long-term administrator of the facebook group Critical Masculinity. Further she works in a voluntary capacity for Zero Waste Kiel e.V.

Marius Reisener

Is doing his doctorate on masculinity in 19th Century theories of the novel (Berlin/Ithaca). He is interested in politics, society and US-American TV Shows.

BonBon

Socialwork* with experience in youth aid and Gender Studies student. Interest in diverse/critical masculinities, self-reflection, power relations and pop culture.

David Sternchen

Studied social pedagogy (B.A.) and social theories (M.A.). Focus on domestic violence, couple/family counseling, men work, social science and subculture (Hip Hop). Works in Thuringia at Project A4.

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