A group at Regina University has set up a confessional booth on campus.
This is no ordinary confessional. It’s for men only.
The Masculinity Confession Booth will be making its debut Monday, but is also listed on the schedule for Tuesday through Thursday — days on which students can also attend a “Healthy Relationships and Healthy Masculinity Workshop.” Yet another event will seek to redefine the phrase, “man up.”
Is this another cultural Marxism effort at thought reform?
Dr. Robert J. Lifton, the 90-year-old psychologist whose research on though reform is legendary explains, “There is an ethos of confession; because if somebody is kept confessing, you achieve control over his or her guilt and shame mechanism. And there is no greater control that one can achieve over another human being.”
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