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Man Enough? Workshop Series

Man Enough?™ will explore different ways to challenge ourselves, stand up, speak out, and influence others to create meaningful change in our communities.

Discussion-based group aimed to engage men as allies in preventing violence against women. We’ll discuss expectations of masculinity and its impacts on our social relationships. Throughout the program we’ll navigate the diverse roles men can play in joining the work to help create communities free of sexual violence.

In this program, men will have the opportunity to explore what it means to be a “man”. Participants are encouraged to examine attitudes and beliefs that contribute to gender inequality and embrace the power they have to influence a culture of change.

Discussion Topics


Gender and Sexuality

Men’s Violence Against Women

Discuss what it means to “be a man” and evaluate how gender stereotypes create unhealthy and harmful behaviors and beliefs.

We’ll walk through concepts of gender, sex and sexual orientation as they relate to sexuality and consent.


Learn about men’s violence and understand the complexities of addressing the issue.


Pornography and Sex Work


Explore common representations of masculinity and femininity in media and how it can have negative impacts that often go unnoticed.

Learn about the realities of sex work and explore how pornography can
shape perceptions of sexuality and violence.

Discuss how to demonstrate positive masculinity in the community and put the knowledge gained in the program to use!

How To Register

Reach out today if you have a group of 10 or more that would like to register for the series or if you would like to be added to the waitlist for the next community workshop series. 

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