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Toronto Premiere of The Red Pill: A Feminist Investigates Men’s Rights

Why has “men’s rights advocacy” been deemed controversial? One feminist set out to investigate the men’s rights movement. You’ll be surprised what she discovered.

Fri, December 2, 2016, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM EST

Earth Sciences Auditorium, Earth Sciences Centre, University of Toronto, 5 Bancroft Ave, Toronto, ON, M5S 3J1

Join us for the Toronto premiere of The Red Pill. Stay for an exciting panel featuring Chatelaine magazine senior writer Sarah Boesveld, Canadian Centre for Men and Families and CAFE Executive Director Justin Trottier and Freelance journalist Patrick Bissett. Film creator Cassie Jaye will join us remotely. More info on the panelists below.

To purchase tickets visit https://theredpill-toronto.eventbrite.com/

For more information on the film please visit theredpillmovie.com. 

Tickets are $12 regular, $7 students and $5 for current CAFE members, plus processing fees. Get 2 FREE TICKETS with a new or renewing Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) membership! 

Information on the Panelists

Sarah Boesveld is senior writer at Chatelaine magazine, where she covered the sexual assault trial of Jian Ghomeshi earlier this year and writes about current affairs primarily for an audience of Canadian women. She has worked for the National Post, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star covering everything from social issues to crime to politics.

Justin Trottier is Executive Director of the Canadian Association for Equality. He runs the Canadian Centre for Men and Families, a unique new Toronto facility. The Centre is an open, inclusive and space space serving as a hub for services focused on the health and well-being of boys, men, fathers and families. Services include therapy, peer support, legal assistance, employment counselling, fathering programs and support for male victims of trauma, abuse and domestic violence. Learn more atwww.menandfamilies.org

Patrick Bissett is a freelance journalist and equality activist based in Toronto. Patrick has a deep knowledge of the issues and personalities that inhabit the men’s equality movement.