Coming Soon to SF State: CockTales: Fathers & Sons
It’s almost time for the 4th Annual CockTales show!
San Francisco State University’s prevention education organization on campus, The Safe Place, is proud to present: CockTales
Cocktales was created by the man’s program called Men Can Stop Violence in order to educate other young men in becoming male allies on our campus in addressing sexual violence against women and other men. We believe in part of the solution is creating a space to talk about masculinity so men can begin to hear other men’s real stories about their journey from recognizing privilege to emotional pain and ultimately finding peace within themselves.
This event will be held April 20th at SFSU in McKenna theater in the Creative Arts Building. Throughout the past three years male students, activists, artists, and even women alike, have performed their real life experiences of sexuality, intimacy, trauma, and of course, healing. One major theme in previous shows was the relationship between father and son, so this year we wanted to deepen our exploration of this particular subject, hence, COCKTALES: Fathers & Sons. In this show performers will share their own stories around being a father, a son, growing up without a father, mothers who must take on the father role, abandonment, trauma, love, etc.
Buy your tickets early and in advance as shows have sold out for the last two years! Please message me with any questions regarding the 4th Annual CockTales: Fathers & Sons Show!
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online here.
Be sure to get your tickets early as this event is
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
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