Men have rights. Men have emotions.

Kino 35, Štěpánská 35, Prague 1

Guest: Dan Doty

Host: Matouš Hrdina, Heroine

The role of men has been visibly changing over the past few years, along with the demands and expectations of their surroundings. For some, true masculinity lies in strength and dominance, while others are opposed to toxic masculinity ad prefer sensitive men who do not hide their emotions. How should men approach their identity in order to best succeed in today’s world? Is it necessary to protect men’s rights in the same way as women’s?

Dan Doty has many years of experience providing therapeutic help to men and adolescents. He and his Evryman organisation coordinate men’s support group meetings and retreats in the American wilderness, where he helps men to find their place, and teaches them to express their own emotions and deal with difficult life situations.

The debate follows the screening of the film and is only accessible with a valid ticket. The ticket can be purchased at the cinema website.

The discussion will be simultaneously interpreted into Czech and Czech sign language.

 

Guest

 Dan Doty

Dan Doty

Dan Doty is a visionary entrepreneur, speaker, consultant, and the co-founder and voice of EVRYMAN. Dan is the host of the EVRYMAN podcast, and the former director of cult hit tv show MeatEater. He has been a guest on the Joe Rogan Experience, Showtime, and the Today Show. His role with EVRYMAN has been featured in the NYT, Men's Health, GQ, and many more national and international publications. Dan is a man’s man with a well-developed tender side. He embodies the ability for men to be exactly who they are, and is sharing that message that there are as many definitions of manhood as there are men on the planet.

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