LOS ANGELES, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- What does being a man in 2021 mean? How can men show healthy adoration for the feminine? Why is bettering our understanding of women important for men to develop healthier connections to their sexuality? Destin Gerek, an internationally recognized author and expert on masculinity and male sexuality, offers "Masculine Sexuality as a Healing Force" for consideration to the public audiences of SXSW.
"Men are struggling to adapt to the incredible growth and change coming out of women in recent generations: both in and out of the bedroom. Women are owning their power, finding their voice, and increasingly exploring and expressing their sexuality; the right to their own pleasure. Too often women are asking themselves why it's so hard to find a man who can meet them in this new place," states Destin Gerek, CEO of The Evolved Masculine, Inc.
The evolution of masculinity is a timely discussion for SXSW 2021 audiences amidst today's mounting cultural and societal challenges surrounding traditional male role models. Gerek raises dialogue around the need for greater adoration for women and understanding of the feminine in the mixed-media presentation, "Masculine Sexuality as a Healing Force."
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Gerek provides a "how-to" model for men to be inspired by, and aspire towards. It isn't enough for masculinity to simply cease being 'toxic'. Masculinity can be and needs to be an active part of the solution; a healing force.
About the Author
A Sociology graduate of New York University, Gerek spent 20 years furthering his understanding of the effects of toxic masculinity on human sexuality and defining the evolved masculine's relationship to the feminine. Obtaining a Sexologist certification through The American College of Sexologists International, Gerek founded The Evolved Masculine, Inc., a company supporting thousands of men globally. Read more About the Author.
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