A growing body of evidence has shown that many of the messages boys and young men receive from an early age about ‘what it means to be man’ are limiting, confining and stereotypical, and can often be detrimental to their social relationships and wellbeing.
Our thought-provoking, youth-led Maps to Manhood workshops explore:
* Masculinity and what it means to be a man
* Gender stereotyping and toxic masculinity
* Boys’ friendships, banter, bravado and bullying behaviour
* Emotional wellbeing and the things that worry boys
* The link between (toxic) masculinity and poor mental health outcomes
More information about our toxic masculinity work can be found by following this link.
A complete set of Maps to Manhood resources can be found by following this link.