Some years ago, I researched the politics and practices of pro-feminist men (Pease 2000). I argued at the time that one of the most central issues for women’s prospects for gender equality is whether or not men can and will change. I put the view that changing the social relations of gender will involve changing men’s subjectivities, as well as their daily practices. This research was grounded in my own experiences as a white, heterosexual man who was committed to a pro-feminist position.