Now enrolling for our next event: a two-part series about gender and the binary!
do you have questions about how society impacts how we develop gender identity? what about gender stereotypes? who even decided that there are just “men” and “women” anyway? this two-part event series will go in-depth about these topics and more!
you may sign up for one or both events, whatever is most comfortable for your current background knowledge level. we have provided several price options for increased accessibility. every pricing option gets you access to the same event and material.
SESSION 1: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7TH 8:00 – 9:30PM EST
session 1 covers topics such as vocabulary, how gender stereotype reinforcement impacts children, and how language develops to encompass different identities (as well as more). this event could be described as an introductory session to all of these topics.
SESSION 2: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14TH 8:00 – 9:30PM EST
session 2 is co-hosted by my brilliant friend matisse dupont, and will be more focused on gender theory as well as practical application for everyday life. topics included will be about how colonization impacted the gender binary we have today, how society operates within the binary, and how gender neutral schooling isn’t as new of an idea as naysayers would have you believe.
register for part 1,
part 2 or both!
Matisse is an educator, artist, and consultant offering expertise in the areas of gender, sexuality, and identity.
Corrie has focused on ABAR education and gender theory as a second career since 2016. They are a former classroom teacher, and has presented internationally.