The study tested if a lecture on male ballet by a male - engineer - amateur ballet dancer would be related to a change in attitudes on male ballet after the lecture. The lecturer held a lecture on male ballet to 68 male and female students of Faculty of Kinesiology in Zagreb. Their attitude on male ballet was tested a day before and a day after the lecture with the Attitude towards male ballet dancer’s questionnaire (AMBQ). The average attitude of 21 students who filled in AMBQ at both time points was statistically significantly more positive after the lecture than before the lecture (F (1.20)=7.7, p=0.012). It is possible that this was caused by an increase in attitude positivity in males only, as there seemed to be no change in females. It may be concluded that the lecture on male ballet by a male - engineer - amateur ballet dancer is related to a change towards more positive attitudes on male ballet.