Our mission is to make the world a better place by promoting healthy masculinity. We provide drama-based workshops, assemblies and projects which engage and inspire young people to be agents of change in our society.
Why we do it
Unhealthy masculinity teaches us that boys and men must be dominant, heterosexual, and anti-feminime ("don't be a girl"). These lessons negatively impact everybody in society. It teaches boys that being gay is wrong, that women are lesser than men, and that suffering is weak and not 'manly'. These attitudes can lead to homophobia, misogyny and serious mental health issues.
We know that if we challenge these unhealthy elements of masculinity, and promote healthy masculinity in its place we can make the world a better place for everybody.
Strive for inclusivity across all areas of the organisation.
High quality workshops and projects that excite and inspire young people.
Relevant work that puts community at the forefront.
Meet the team
Marketing and Social Media Officer
Annie Chadwick (She/Her)
Tom Chamberlain (He/Him)
Cecilia Garcia (She/Her)
Allen McGlynn (He/Him)
Benjamin Teare (He/Him)
Will Hudson (He/Him)
Sibylla Archdale Kalid (She/Her)
Becky Moses (They/Them)
Amber Obasi (She/Her)
Susanna O’Brien (She/Her)