The interview was largely based around the new Men’s Centre that will be opening at Simon Fraser University, and the response that it has received to date from the community.
I discussed the need for society to work towards an equilibrium between the support and understanding of women’s and men’s emotions.
I discussed the need for an understanding of the sacred masculine and how important this is.
I wanted to clarify that the need for a safe place for men to go to to seek help in no way minimizes the need for women’s centres – places for women to go for support. I am simply emphasizing that both genders require support – typically from their own gender in order to be safe and healthy.
I confirmed that we support men’s work across British Columbia – including: up and down Vancouver Island and the Okanagan. We are working to build connections in the Lower Mainland, the Kootenays, and in the northern regions of BC. We want to help men wherever they reside.
It is truly our hope that the new Men’s Centre at Simon Fraser will mark the beginning of a more balanced society – where both women’s and men’s emotional lives are being supported.
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