There has been an incredible amount of thoughtful, important writing about the Isla Vista shooting. I apologize that this is a long and probably overwhelming links roundup, but there were so many pieces I just couldn’t leave out. Read them on your own time, or not at all if that’s what you need. I’ve included some pictures of Comfort Dogs to break up the terrible-ness.
Jenn at Reappropriate: Masculinity vs. “Misogylinity”: what Asian Americans can learn from the #UCSB shooting
Kate Harding: It’s not all men. But it’s men.
Roxane Gay: In relief of silence and burden
Elizabeth Plank: #AllMenCan: 37 Men show us what real men’s activists look like
Sarah O at All the Things, All Mixed Up: Notallmen/Yesallwomen, secondary trauma and relearning everything for the sake of not killing each other
John Beckett at Under the Ancient Oaks: Dude, it’s you.
Rachel at Autostraddle: On continuing to live in the same world that made Elliot Rodger (and many like him)
Jaclyn Friedman: What’s desperately needed in sex education today
Dani Alexis at Autobiography of an Austistic Academic: Fine, we’ll talk about autism and misogyny
Shannon at Nudemuse: #YesAllWomen
Luke O’Neil: How Elliot Rodger twisted music into murder
Amanda Hess: Why it’s so hard for men to see misogyny
Dr. Nerdlove: Elliot Rodger and the price of toxic masculinity
Sara Wachter-Boettcher: We have work to do: #YesAllWomen and the Web
Sasha Weiss: The power of #YesAllWomen
Cristen Conger: 15 must-read #YesAllWomen tweets
Chuck Wendig: Not all men, but still too many men
Melissa McEwan: Police knew about Rodger’s “disturbing” videos, didn’t view them
Jessica Valenti: #YesAllWomen reveals the constant barrage of sexism that women face
Ashley at Welcome to the Tea Party: Great #YesAllWomen posters