Sallas and Kasdan discuss sexual harassment in sports, news, entertainment, and politics. Is it related to toxic masculinity? Listen here.
Our culture makes it difficult for men to speak up about sexual harassment against women. But that has got to change.
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“It’s about resilience, of course, but it’s most profoundly about the larger social question of having a society that in its totality embraces a variety of human experiences.”
One of our own Editors, Michael Kasdan, was part of this conversation on CNN’s Town Hall Special.
The Good Men Project has been here with the alternative view of masculinity that can replace the toxic culture that now exists.
—On this week’s edition, Mike and Wai talk baseball and the World Series. The two best teams in baseball are playing in a rare best of the best World Series. Despite losing in the ALCS, the Yankees future is littered with gold. The duo plays another edition of “Is He Better Than Colin Kaepernick?” Joining…
The Good Men Project editors and contributors share their best advice.
The USMNT fails to qualify for the World Cup and Mike and Wai ask “What does it mean?”
The Disposability of Men Social Social Interest Group launches #WouldYouPlayIfYouKnew Campaign to spread the word on traumatic brain injury
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Mike and Wai discuss taking a knee and much more.
Sallas and Kasdan play a fun game of “Is this NFL QB better than Colin Kaepernick?”
Sallas and Kasdan discuss the Kyrie Irving trade, college football, and Hurricane Harvey.
We have a lot of learning to do about what it means to be an ally. Mike Kasdan’s response to Frank Bruni’s “I’m a White Man, Hear Me Out”
Men may claim that it’s just burnout or stress, but there should be no shame in dealing with depression.