Women Gave Us Human Rights with David Shackleton
Two years ago, I am not sure I would have been able to have had this conversation about men and women without trying to be “right”. I feel so fortunate that because of my journey to try to understand men I have had the privilege of talking to people about the challenge’s men and women both face. I am honoured to be able to have people like David Shackleton on my show because it allows me to be part of the solution as opposed to being part of the problem.
- Are you thinking without actually thinking?
- Are you fears grounded?
- Can someone else make you feel inadequate?
- Is it your responsibility to apologize if someone is upset or triggered?
- Are women shaped to love children and men shaped to love women and children? If so then who loves men?
- As men and women, how do we do better?
- Is exact equality the goal?
- Should things be about feelings or facts?
- Caring for men doesn’t mean not caring for women
David Shackleton is a thinker and writer on gender and personal growth. He has written two books on gender equality, "The Hand That Rocks the World" and "Daughters of Feminism." He is Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Men and Families in Ottawa, that offers a range of services customized for men and men's issues. If you want to reach out to David do so here firstname.lastname@example.org or check out his website here for more information and his books.
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