About the show: Dave Pickering takes us on a personal journey through gender as he tries to explain masculinity both to you and to himself. Part true storytelling, part TED talk and part apology, the show looks at how the patriarchy hurts men too; how the patriarchy has hurt him, and how he has hurt people because of patriarchy. Drawing on an anonymous survey of 1000 men, feminist theory, internet memes and his life experience, Dave will explain the conclusions he Read More ...
Just a quick post to say that the amazing Girl On the Net has kindly let me publish a guest post on her blog about the #ManSurvey. You can read it here: Guest Blog: What do men think about patriarchy?
It’s really exciting to be featured on her blog as I’m a massive fan of her writing and many of her posts have helped shape some of my thinking about patriachy and being a man. Her blog is much sexier than that last sentance made it sound.
I also wanted to direct people over to Kevin Queer’s blog. Kevin has blogged a few times about the #ManSurvey and wrote this excellent guest blogpost for this site: Puffs, panic and performance in #ManSurvey. His blog is generally about gender and sexuality and is well worth following.
These are the two posts he’s written about #ManSurvey:
And while I’m flagging up #ManSurvey related writing I also should shout out this really great guest post submitted to me by a man who wants to remain anonymous: On trying to be a much less noisy cultural presence…
If you want to submit a guest post, anonymously or not, drop me a line on goosefat101 @gmail.com. That’s also one place you can notify me if you write about the #ManSurvey elsewhere, or to let me know if you’re using it as a teaching resource or to conduct statistical anaysis or to make art of whatevcer. You can also tweet me at @goosefat101
This is where I’ll be writing posts about the #ManSurvey and about the What About the Men? live show. I also welcome guest blogs from other people. The Survey is an open source resource and I encourage other people to use it to write their own blogposts and do data analysis and other developments. If you do write anything, and/or if you’d like to write something for this blog, drop me a line on goosefat101 @gmail.com.
If you have suggestions for how I could improve this site or ways you think I should develop this work in general please put them in the comments below.