When they don’t rape, violate or kill women and LGBTQI people.
When they believe and practice the politics of love and justice that is Feminism.
When they are respectful.
When they are interested in social justice.
When they interrogate their privilege.
When they call out and act against other men for their bad behaviour.
When they do not feel threatened by Feminism.
When they recognise and acknowledge that patriarchy is what oppresses them, not Feminism.
When they understand that verbal and emotional abuse is just as unacceptable as physical abuse.
When they understand that being a “gentleman” or “nice guy” does not entitle them to women’s bodies.
When they do not need to stand on my back, as a black woman, to feel taller.