- Men who embrace non-violent and equitable gender norms and practices tend to be happier and healthier, and their partners are happier with them (International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES), Promundo)
- Men who take parental leave contribute to pay equity and gender equality in the workplace by setting a standard and showing that caregiving is everyone's responsibility (Journal of Comparative Family Studies 2013, Meil)
- When men view and treat people of all genders as equals societies are more peaceful and inclusive within their own borders and towards other nations (The Center for Feminist Foreign Policy, Valerie Hudson. Journal of Peace Research 2017, Bjarnegård, Brounéus, and Melander)
- When boys see their fathers fully engaged as full partners in domestic care and work, they are 1.5x more likely to contribute their fair share of unpaid carework within the household (State of the World’s Fathers Report 2019, Promundo)
- Engaging men to change norms and expectations around women's roles in politics will help close the gender gap in political leadership, which, left unchanged, will take 99 years to close (Global Gender Gap Report 2017, World Economic Forum)
- When girls see their fathers equally engage in domestic care and work, they are more likely to work outside the home and pursue occupations that transcend gender stereotypes (Association for Psychological Science 2014, Croft, Schmader, Block, et, al.)
- When boys and men learn more about female genital mutilation, they are more likely to advocate to systematically abandon the practice (BMC Public Health 2015,Varol, Turkmani, Black et al.)
- When boys and men are educated on the benefits of contraception, they are more likely to support women's use of contraceptives and autonomy over their bodies (United Nations, 2015; Journal of Biological Science, 2017, Ross & Hardee).