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University hosts ‘Masculinity Confession Booth’ for men to repent of their ‘hypermasculinity sins’
From The College Fix – 3/28/17
Hypermasculinity is a “sin” at one university.
The University of Regina this week is hosting a Man Up Against Violence series of events that aim to redefine “what it means to man up,” according to organizers.
Among the events hosted at the Canadian institution is a “Masculinity Confession Booth.”
“We have all reinforced hypermasculinity one way or another regardless of our gender,” organizers state. “Come and share your sins so we can begin to discuss how to identify and change our ways!”
The booth is offered at many of the events this week, which include a “Social House” and “Healthy Relationships” workshop.
As The Daily Caller reports:
Man Up Against Violence aims to reduce violence, but also challenges “social norms surrounding masculinity.” The group’s introductory video criticizes the stereotypical view of men as macho and unemotional, linking this to spousal abuse by asserting that men have violent outbursts as a result of pent-up emotions.
“We don’t have to continue to live in a misogynistic society,” says Tyler Perkins, a football player at the University of Regina, in the video. “I think [changing this] falls on everyone and especially men because quite frankly we are the problem right now.”
According to Man Up organizers, they use “education, training, partnerships and awareness” to “inspire men to accept their role as advocates in the movement to prevent violence in our communities.”
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