This Is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Men’s Caregiving

Exploring male caregiving in TV, This Is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Men’s Caregiving event in partnership with Equimondo challenges stereotypes, fostering positive media representations for a more equitable portrayal of modern fatherhood.
Wednesday, May 04, 2022
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The Geena Davis Institute recently hosted This Is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Men’s Caregiving in partnership with Equimondo at the prestigious Ebell of Los Angeles. This event spotlighted the crucial role television plays in molding societal perceptions regarding male caregiving, challenging entrenched gender roles, and fostering a broader understanding of fatherhood and male caregiving roles.

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This event marks a pivotal step by the Geena Davis Institute to use media as a catalyst for societal change, inspiring continued dialogue and action towards equitable gender portrayals in television. The insights and discussions from the report and event aim to echo through the media industry, encouraging a shift towards more inclusive storytelling that truly reflects the nuances of male caregiving.

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