Because not all men are the problem, but some men actually are. Eduardo García explains.
Eduardo García explains the danger of the “bros before hoes” mentality, and fights against the label of “White Knight”.
“The only regret I will have in dying is if it is not for love.” — Gabriel Garcia Marquez. (1927-2014)
Charity is not giving what you have to spare, but giving what you need to someone who needs it more.
Eduardo García discusses how respect and understanding are the most important aspects of a relationship between Men and Women, no matter how opposite their views might be.
You get one try at life, but if you do it right one is all you need.
Eduardo García explains the parallels between life, love, and dancing, where music is merely romantic storytelling and each person is the protagonists of their own personal epic.
An old talk show episode about teaching teens respect has Eduardo García thinking about what it means to raise a boy into a man.
How the word chivalry is taken as offensive by some men.
This is not a bond born overnight, but one that is developed, tested, and cultured throughout a lifetime of mutual experiences.
Who would have thought buying condoms could also make you an activist.
Eduardo Garcia spent most of his youth in Venezuela, and it breaks his heart to see how it’s being torn apart, its people killed. Even worse, why is the world ignoring it?
“A gentleman is to be measured in his speech, generosity in giving, sober in eating, honesty in living, kindness in forgiving, and courageousness in fighting.”
Eduardo García believes that modern men can be gentlemen, and that modern women can raise their sons that way.
As long as we think that gender equality comes from not recognizing gender, things will never change.
We are examples for others, whether we want to be or not. We influence the development of those around us. Let’s embrace this rather than live in the fantasy that it doesn’t exist.