We defined a gender-equitable man as one who (1) supports relationships based on respect, equality and intimacy rather than sexual conquest, (2) is or seeks to be involved as a domestic partner and father, both in terms of childcare and household activities, (3) assumes or shares with his partner(s) the responsibility for reproductive health and disease prevention, (4) does not practice violence and opposes intimate partner violence, and (5) opposes homophobia.
What does GEM stand for?
GEM stands for Gender-Equitable Man (scale)
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A gender-equitable man was defined as one who: 1) supports relationships based on respect, equality and intimacy rather than sexual conquest; 2) is an involved father, financially and in terms of providing care; 3) takes responsibility for reproductive health, including disease prevention; and 4) is opposed to intimate partner violence.