Identify and accept you own bad male behaviors, thoughts and actions.
Increase your awareness of subtle or unconscious biases and attitudes leading to bad male behavior.
Work to catch and check your own impulses to act with bad male behavior.
Increase awareness of other people’s bad male behaviors. Act by openly expressing your displeasure of someone else’s behavior.
Be intolerant of bad male behavior in others.
Avoid groups, peer groups, organizations, adolescent cliques, gangs, and clubs that foster bad male behavior, prejudice and aggression.
Additional Constructive Activities
Read books on self-esteem, self-help, anger management and human psychology.
Create and attend support groups.
Provide workshops with guest speakers.
Provide literature and pamphlets through school, church and civic organizations.
Become a speaker raising awareness and educating others.
Show educational films or movies whose themes center on bad male behavior and conduct a group discussion afterwards.
Educate community leaders, teachers, and church officials so they can provide literature and foster discussions within their organizations or age group.
Work with the judicial and correctional community providing education and dialogues throughout.
Work with existing organizations such as domestic violence clinics, substance abuse programs, medical practitioners, hospital emergency rooms, mental health providers and all professionals who interface with these groups.
Distribute pamphlets and literature designed to raise awareness and begin to address bad male behavior.
Use the “Bad Male Behavior” kit provided by this organization.
Discuss the topic of bad male behavior with another, suggest that they do the same to spread the word and create conversations.