Behind Our Gender Masks: Empowering Young Women and Men to Express their Full Humanity

Behind Our Gender Masks: Empowering Young Women and Men to Express their Full HumanityBehind Our Gender Masks: Empowering Young Women and Men to Express their Full Humanity

Thu, Sep 20, 2018 2:00 PM – Thu, Sep 20, 2018 3:30 PM Behind Our Gender Masks: Empowering Young Women and Men to Express their Full Humanity

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Join us September 20th to explore practical strategies for shaping the future of femininity and masculinity in the era of #MeToo, #BlackLivesMatter, and #NeverAgain. In this FREE online event, gender equality pioneer Riane Eisler brings together two brilliant leaders in the movement to help young people break through damaging old gender assumptions and claim powerful voices and authentic lives. Brie Mathers of Love the Skin You’re In, and Ashanti Branch of Ever Forward will share how they are creating the foundations for a partnership society by empowering our daughters and sons to express their full humanity.

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September 20th 11 am – 12:30 pm Pacific Time/ 2:00 – 3:30 pm Eastern Time

Today’s young women and young men have an unprecedented opportunity to step out from behind the gender masks that have limited the range of “acceptable” expression and contribute the best of who they are to the healing and evolution of our society. How can we help them seize that opportunity? How do we support young women in rejecting visions of womanhood that equate “femininity” with subservience, devaluation, and sexualization? And how do we call young men into a vision of manhood that incorporates caring, creativity, and mutual respect as key markers of “masculinity”?

Moderated by Sara Saltee. Hosted by The Center for Partnership Studies. Co-sponsored by Love the Skin You’re In and Ever Forward Club.

Can’t make the live event? All registrants will receive the full session video and resources.

Questions? Contact Ann: [email protected]

Event tags: webinar, femininity, masculinity, gender, riane eisler,

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September 20, 2018 2:00 PM
September 20, 2018 3:30 PM
America/Indianapolis
Thu, Sep 20, 2018 Behind Our Gender Masks: Empowering Young Women and Men to Express their Full Humanity

Join us September 20th to explore practical strategies for shaping the future of femininity and masculinity in the era of #MeToo, #BlackLivesMatter, and #NeverAgain. In this FREE online event, gender equality pioneer Riane Eisler brings together two brilliant leaders in the movement to help young people break through damaging old gender assumptions and claim powerful voices and authentic lives. Brie Mathers of Love the Skin You’re In, and Ashanti Branch of Ever Forward will share how they are creating the foundations for a partnership society by empowering our daughters and sons to express their full humanity.

It’s FREE! Sign up today
September 20th 11 am – 12:30 pm Pacific Time/ 2:00 – 3:30 pm Eastern Time

Today’s young women and young men have an unprecedented opportunity to step out from behind the gender masks that have limited the range of “acceptable” expression and contribute the best of who they are to the healing and evolution of our society. How can we help them seize that opportunity? How do we support young women in rejecting visions of womanhood that equate “femininity” with subservience, devaluation, and sexualization? And how do we call young men into a vision of manhood that incorporates caring, creativity, and mutual respect as key markers of “masculinity”?

Moderated by Sara Saltee. Hosted by The Center for Partnership Studies. Co-sponsored by Love the Skin You’re In and Ever Forward Club.

Can’t make the live event? All registrants will receive the full session video and resources.

Questions? Contact Ann: [email protected]


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