But the downside of someone who is too compassionate is often also someone who lets others walk all over them, or someone who doesn’t hold other people accountable for poor behaviour.
The pressure to achieve is often a big deal for men across many cultures. Notions of success and failure are closely tied in with masculinity.
We explore some differing experiences: From a young man who tried to get respect from men through sleeping with women, to sex in a long term monogamous relationship, to the in-betweens.
It’s a pivotal moment in history, and so many men want to help out, but what should they do more of and what should they avoid?
Many people have expressed concern about what behaviour is or isn’t appropriate when it comes to dating, including dating in the workplace. We explore the nuances.
Men’s groups often have a pretty bad and misleading reputation.
Dizraeli tells us about how masculinity leaves little room to explore the inner life, and to even have a language to describe what they are going through.
And also the better parts of masculinity…
What can best help?
We’re trying to untangle the new masculinity and femininity, but is that even a relevant mission? Or should we be trying to figure out a post-gender world instead?
What will happen if clothing becomes gender neutral?
A different and more open approach to conflict, disagreement and decision making.
What is a man’s role in society these days?
Instead of pushing to have more women in the economy, should we be pushing for the economy to embody more feminine traits instead? What would that look like?
What is masculine and feminine energy? This short and sweet episode lays down the basics!
Don’t women’s groups and men’s groups just reinforce the notion of ‘the other’? And who said gender is so binary anyway?