This weekend in Boulder CO, a group of men from around the country (and the world) are gathering. Our mission? To evolve masculinity into a form that can thrive in the 21st century… and make us glad to be men.
Your daddy’s masculinity is out of date. Testosterone has trashed the global economy.
Women are overtaking men in the job market and in colleges. The future looks grim.
Young men seem locked into perpetual boyhood. Nobody wants to grow up.
The men’s movement is disappearing down its own navel.
Jayson Gaddis called this conference because he recognized the simple truth that men tend to isolate from each other, and men’s organizations pull that same stupid shit. Instead of working together, we’re all too often out there reinventing the wheel, hiding our failures, refusing to ask for directions when we get lost.
The Evolving Men’s Conference asks the simple question: What happens when men who are passionate about men’s work actually work together?
What happens when men’s organizations sit down together and collaborate?