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[Video] EP17 Great Debates 11 – Masculine/Feminine: Then and Now – Esther Perel, MA, LMFT and Marilyn Yalom, PhD
Tennyson, in an exceedingly nineteenth-century poem, expressed a firm belief in the distinction between men and women.
Man for the sector and girl for the heart:
Man for the brand and for the needle she:
Man with the pinnacle and woman with the heart:
Man to command and woman to obey.
During the 20 century, this is of separate sphere was steadily worn so by now, in the Western world, women are expected to use their brains, in addition to their hearts, and men, are inspired to assume a number of the roles antecedently assigned completely to women. This dialogue between Esther Perel and Marilyn Yalom will explore the challenges that men and ladies currently face in presumptuous traits and roles of the other gender. Are we tend to border towards an additional androgynous definition of gender and a multiplicity of gender identities? What are the lingering gaps in gender inequality? Is there a “crisis of masculinity”?
- Describe three new challenges around men’s identity and sexuality.
- Demonstrate two ways that men’s ability to question the male status quo holds the seeds for changing the condition for women.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*