The Feminine and the Masculine are fundamental concepts in our lives, in our relationships and in various contexts of society. There are many assumptions and stereotypes that we take for granted and seldom do we question them, and sometimes they can impact us negatively from childhood, even without us noticing.
Many say that women are from Venus and men are from Mars. That is to say we are from different “planets”. While some think we complement each other, others state that the battle of sexes has never been more intense than now, where divorce and conflicts in relationships, as well as conflict between men and women in general, are more common than ever before. How can we resolve this battle of egos?
The psychoanalyst Jung says that we all have both feminine and masculine aspects of our personality. Are we aware of them and what benefits could a better integration and development of both facets bring to our lives?
We’ll get together in front of our screens and with coffee or other beverage in hand talk to other human beings that are as passionate as ourselves about finding answers.
Some subjects we’ll touch on:
- The Feminine and the Masculine: multiple definitions
- The Feminine and the Masculine throughout time and history
- Feminine and masculine aspects of our personality
- Feminism and its diverse facets: the opposite of macho culture?
- The power struggle between the sexes: how does it affect the family?
- How can we reconcile the Feminine and the Masculine?
Upon finishing the get-together, we will have reflected on these two fascinating poles of existence.