Even in the modern age, culture tells us that real men are brave, courageous, strong, and — when necessary — protectors. And yet, healthy masculinity also means men embracing our feelings, being sensitive, kind, and tender. In this episode, David and Eugene discuss healthy versus toxic masculinity, why some traditionalists seem so resistant to change, and ultimately what it means to be a good man. Thanks for listening!
Alexandra Robbins, “A Frat Boy and a Gentleman,” https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/26/opinion/sunday/fraternity-sexual-assault-college.html
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