By Yoav Levin
& Men rights activist.
Online Gender Studies Course For Men
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These lectures empower men with a vocabulary for discussing Men's issues in gender studies. No prior knowledge is required. The entire series of lectures is part of the "Gender Studies for Men" project. Additional courses will be added to complete a whole academic program in this field. Stay up-to-date and visit us again!
What will you learn in this course?
Students will learn to identify gender discrimination against men in the media, culture, and society!
Students will learn how mainstream media perpetuates gender discrimination against men!
Students will learn how to recognize misandry (hatred of men) in the mainstream media, culture, and society!
Students will learn how to recognize androphobia (fear of men) in the media, culture, and society!
Students will acquire the basic vocabulary specific to both gender narrative and men's rights!
The principle purpose of the course is to raise awareness. Its long-term incentive is to enable a paradigm shift and the creation of a new gender narrative through the formation of a new academic mindset that will change the existing worldview and replace it with a more realistic one.
The course offers guidelines and guidance in interpreting the challenges of modern culture regarding gender and specifically within the context of relationships and society. Ultimately the course provides suggestions for resolving those challenges and finding solutions for everyone involved.
The course curriculum involves:
Special glossary for gender studies on men's issues!
Contributions men have made to civilization!
Feminism as a political movement perpetuating androphobia and misandry based on gynocentrism!
The current status of men in our culture!
The need for improvement in the status of men in our culture!
The imbalance in the criminal justice system regarding men!
The imbalance in the health care system regarding men!
The imbalance in the educational system regarding men!
Restoring a balanced gender social contract!
Summary and Review!