“How to be a Man – Deconstructing Masculinity” Workshop

Fri./Vri. March 15th 2013: Workshop, 18:30 pm
A real man is rational and calm.
A real man is strong.
A real man is focused.
A real man strives to be a role model.
A real man doesn’t look like a woman.
A real man does not behave like a woman.
A real man fights for his family and his country.
A real man is…
A real man does…

Being a “real” man ain’t easy. And not anyone can do it. But billions of people are sure trying very hard every day.
To discuss what mainstream masculinity is and how it affects men…and the rest of the world, as well as how we can promote more inclusive models of masculinity or masculinities, join the workshop!

The ideal number of participants is no more than 10. The workshop is open to anyone interested and it is, of course, for free. The learning process goes both ways, so the participants and I (the facilitator) will explore and learn together, from each other.

The workshop takes place in Joe’s Garage, on Friday, 15th of Marchbetween 18:30 and 21:00. If you intend on attending the workshop, drop me a line by email.

If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact me at joeworkshops [at] squat [dot] net.

This event is part of a workshop series about gender and sexuality called “It’s more than what’s in your pants.” Each month, Joe’s will host a workshop on a different theme.