If you're a man, you've got some confessin' to do. This, according to social justice warriors at University of Regina, who've just launched an initiative dubbed, "Man Up Against Violence."
The university, based in in Saskatchewan, is even allowing the group to host a week-long conference that commences with a pancake breakfast and culminates with a "Masculinity Confession Booth," where those who identify as male can share his sins and undergo reprogramming. The Daily Caller's Rob Shimshock uncovered the gory details:
“We have all reinforced hypermasculinity one way or another regardless of our gender!!” explains the University of Regina event description. “Come and share your sins so we can begin to discuss how to identify and change our ways !!!” [...]
The Masculinity Confession Booth will be making its debut Monday, but is also listed on the schedule for Tuesday through Thursday — days on which students can also attend a “Healthy Relationships and Healthy Masculinity Workshop.” Yet another event will seek to redefine the phrase, “man up.”
“At the Man Up Against Violence initiative, we challenge mindsets and behaviors with regard to the social construction of masculinity and its relationship with violence,” details the “Who We Are” part of the site. “We work together to bring light to the causes of all types of violence related to gender, race, socio-economic status, ability level and beyond.”
For more on the depravity, see Shimshock's article, linked to above. And don't forget to take in these thought-provoking screenshots from the initiative: