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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Male college students to undergo ‘critical self-reflection’ of masculinity



From the College Fix:
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently taking applications for its “Men’s Project,” a six-week program that aims to counter the alleged harmful effects of society’s masculinity paradigms and pressures and empower participants to promote “gender equity.” 
“Men’s Project 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,” organizers state in promoting the effort. 
“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,” organizers add. 
It’s open only to “men-identified students” at the public university and “operates on a transformative model of social justice allyship,” according to a news release on the university’s website, which adds “by encouraging that kind of dialogue among a men-identified cohort, the goal is to create a sense of security in vulnerability throughout the six-week program.”
AOW gives us this, as counter-point:

Parents should be overjoyed to raise a boy in Trump’s America. 
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2 Comments:

Blogger Always On Watch said...

[T]he goal is to create a sense of security in vulnerability throughout the six-week program.

In other words, the goal is to de-masculinize males.

Some counterpart: Parents should be overjoyed to raise a boy in Trump’s America.

Tuesday, January 03, 2017 1:39:00 pm  
Blogger christian soldier said...

will be passing this one on!!
C-CS

Tuesday, January 03, 2017 1:50:00 pm  

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