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Male Original Sin, A Presentation by Anthropologist Lionel Tiger

  • May 17, 2012 · 7:00 PM
  • Koffler House, Room 108

The Canadian Association for Equality and the University of Toronto Men’s Issues A

wareness Society proudly present:

MALE ORIGINAL SIN:How did men get to be so defective?

The sensible, fair, and necessary expansion of female employment and general social efficacy have been accompanied by a devaluation, almost a mockery, of maleness. From sitcoms to sociology seminars, males are regarded as imperfect ipso facto. Perhaps one clue is that over 40% of births in the industrial world are to women without husbands who may appear worth neither the time nor the affection. But what is happening to the males who fail to acquire education and family status?

Lionel Tiger is a Canadian-born, American-based anthropologist. He is the Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University, a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense on the future of biotechnology, contributor to Psychology Today and The New York Times, and the author Men in Groups and The Decline of Males, where he predicts the higher status of women

Thursday, May 17, 2012, 7pm within society.

Koffler House, Room 108, 569 Spadina Ave. Toronto, ON

Contact: [masked]

Please Note: Due to a sudden family emergency Dr. Tiger will not be joining the event in person. He will join and interact with the audience via teleconference connection. The event will also feature a short talk in person by Bradley Corbett, Assistant Professor in the Richard Ivey School of Business and Research Analyst for Statistics Canada. CAFE regrets the change but is doing everything possible to ensure the alternative format of the event provides for an enjoyable evening


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    Great event and ideas about the decline of masculitnity

    May 19, 2012

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