Sep
24
7:00 PM19:00

NYC | The Wing | Unpacking Toxic Masculinity with Liz Plank

Join Liz Plank, Wing member, author, and journalist, for an interactive discussion, moderated by Teen Vogue's Samhita Mukhopadhyay, inspired by Plank's new nonfiction investigation into masculinity, For The Love of Men. Together, we'll unpack how masculinity has evolved—particularly how we as women and GNC people talk, think about, and relate to it—in our current cultural landscape. We'll come away with a set of tangible new tools for how to better navigate toxic masculinity and the complexities of conversations, relationships, and experiences with the men in our lives. Q&A and book sales with Liz to follow.

Please note this event is only available for Wing members.

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Oct
2
7:00 PM19:00

SF | A Conversation with Liz Plank

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What are we going to do about men? Author, activist and journalist Liz Plank has an answer. In her latest book, For the Love of Men, Liz offers a smart, insightful, and deeply-researched guide for what we're all going to do about toxic masculinity.

Join Liz for a conversation about the future of gender roles, and explore how finding a new way forward for men has the possibility to change the world.

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Oct
3
6:30 PM18:30

LA | Women Leading the Conversation

Women Leading the Conversation is an intimate series of talks at AllBright West Hollywood, exclusively curated and led by Liz Dennery, Founder of SheBrand. The series will focus on female changemakers, trailblazers and rule breakers who are creating today’s most interesting and provocative conversations. Dennery created the series as a means to showcase women’s influence, with the intention to share and elevate women’s voices.

Please note this event is only available for AllBright members.

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Sep
11
7:30 PM19:30

NYC | What the Patriarchy Means to Me

Vox's Liz Plank presents an interactive journey of how she's experienced feminism, masculinity and gender at the many stages of her life. Using monologues, games and bits, Liz shows how she went from learning that the world is not equal on her school playground in the 90s; to being a radical feminist who thought men can't be oppressed in the 00s; to realizing how much the patriarchy hurts men today. She takes us all the way to the year 2094 when Future Liz presents a vision of the 22nd century -- when masculinity isn't toxic, but the environment totally is.

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