Jason Gaddis insists that when we discourage feminine traits in boys and instead only promote outdated masculine ones, we put a gender straightjacket on our boys.
Jayson Gaddis’s life changed big time after having one kid, then two.
The entire reason we have such a thing as a quarter life crisis, and later a mid-life crisis, is because boys and young men lack meaningful rite-of-passage experiences.
Jayson Gaddis believes there is a better way than blaming or apologizing to the other sex.
Jayson Gaddis believes that time outs don’t work for parents who are unwilling to put themselves in an adult time out — which is what’s really needed.
“When I check out women, what is really going on with me? Is it just normal because I’m a heterosexual guy that likes women?” Jayson Gaddis explores objectification.
When men let someone else define manhood for them, instead of using their own intelligence and being the true author of their own life, they end up buying the culture’s narrow version of masculinity without question.
“Shame on you.” It’s how we were parented, but it’s not how we should be parenting.
Exploring the mess we are in around male sexuality. How did we get here and what on earth do we do?