Vagina Project’s 3rd “More Than Two” Debate is at Hand

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Societies tend to make a simple dichotomy regarding gender temperament: masculinity demands men to be assertive and powerful while femininity requires women to be docile and quiet. In many cases, when people’s gender temperament does not match their sex, they are likely to be criticized or condemned.
Topic: Is gender temperament a pseudo-concept?The discussion will concern but not be limited to the following questions:

1. Does gender temperament exist? If it does, is it a natural expression of our physiology or an acquired regulation of human society?

2. Are the concepts of Masculinity and Femininity reasonable? In other words, can we view this division as reasonable?

Organizer: Vagina ProjectVagina Project was initiated by 桃莉格日勒,  Chen Yao and Ren Naying in March 2016 to show Chinese women’s life experiences and call for women’s awareness of their own bodies.

How to ParticipateDate: December 22, 2017

Time: 19:00 – 21:00

Place: 北京市东城区交道口南大街15号新华文化大厦5层

RSVP is required 

If you can’t be there in person, you can watch the debate via livestream

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More infos on the debate and livestream, click the link below:

Dec. MTT辩论 | 男男女女?不男不女?性别气质是伪概念吗?

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In Brief

Societies tend to make a simple dichotomy regarding gender temperament: masculinity demands men to be assertive and powerful while femininity requires women to be docile and quiet. In many cases, when people’s gender temperament does not match their sex, they are likely to be criticized or condemned.

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