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Thursday, January 05, 2017


To “promote the advancement of gender equity, and raise consciousness in their communities.”

More and more, colleges and universities across the country are offering workshops on how to remove toxic masculinity from its campuses. The University of Wisconsin-Madison started offering such a program in the fall of 2016 and in February, the second “Men’s Project” retreat is slated to begin.

Organizers believe the workshop “creates a space for critical self-reflection and dialogue about what it means to be a man and how masculinity impacts us and those around us.”

“The experience focuses on the examination of societal images, expectations, and messages around masculinity to empower men to better understand themselves, promote the advancement of gender equity, and raise consciousness in their communities.”



Anonymous said...

Let's all be gay!

Anonymous said...

This crap just makes me want take these sissies to the tool shed, Rambo out on them, Charles bronson there nowflakes arses, John wayne slap em. Definity dont want to tip toe thru the tulips with any of them. In fact more then anything this nonsence makes me want to punch the professors and parent square in the face. But i keep that all in check because i love Jesus.

Shavoxjohn said...

Any straight male who feels the need to study what it means to be naturally masculine is not all that straight, or confused, or going to the class in hopes of connecting with a natural female, which I suspect is the main reason most males and females attend these targets of opportunity.

Anonymous said...

God created Man and no one can change that.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone really think these over educated, no common sense, never served their country, entitlement minded individuals are competent to teach a male what masculinity is? If your father didn't do it, then enlist in the Marine Corps. I promise you they will. My opinion is based on first hand experience.