We often think of gender as something real – fixed, firm, and true. The notion that we all “know” what a man is, for instance. But gender changes over time, and this session will explore some surprising facets of gender history – when pink was the color for boys, when high heels were made for manly men – in order...
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Best for employees who like to listen with some engagement and discussion throughout.
Best for teams up to 90 people
Lecture Followed by Q&A
Best for employees who like to listen, absorb and ask questions at the end. Can also be a keynote or speech.
Best for teams up to 120 people
Flexible class lengths to meet your team’s needs.
What People Are Saying About This Class
LOVED this presenter and their personal story, really connected to the audience! And the true history lessons were important and fascinating.
More About Alex MyersAlex Myers teaches English at Phillips Exeter Academy. Since coming out as transgender in 1995, he has worked with schools to help them support transgender students and become more gender inclusive. Alex is also a novelist whose works explore gender, identity, and history. His novels include Revolutionary, Continental Divide, and The Story of Silence....
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