As part of a lineup of health programs, a public university this fall will offer a workshop for “male-identified students” to discuss sexuality, emotional expression, hook-up culture and the “aesthetics of manhood.”
The University of Georgia is piloting the “EngageMENt Program” this coming semester. It aims to provide “a supportive space for male-identified students to engage in critical thought across a series of subjects without fear of judgment.”
Gender is defined by the school’s health center as a “social construct” that influences how “expressions, mannerisms, dress and speech” are categorized. While sex refers to “biology, anatomy and chromosomes,” gender “is society’s set of expectations, standards, and characteristics about how men and women are supposed to act.”
“Some people’s assigned sex and gender identity are pretty much the same, or in line with each other. These people are called cisgender.
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