By Katica Roy, David G. Smith, and W. Brad Johnson
To make progress toward gender equity, men need to be involved. But zero-sum bias often deters men from engaging in the conversation (let alone taking action) because it fuels the belief that men must sacrifice their resources or stature for women to earn a place at the table.
It’s easy to see why men are reluctant to engage in gender equity conversations. Why would they want to join a movement routinely framed as a women’s issue, with men identified as the problem? Why would they seek to participate in