Jul 24, 2019
They say everyone gets the define Black masculinity except for the Black man. And well, historically this has been largely true. However as true as it has been, we have not only the power, but the responsibility to redefine what a healthy masculinity looks like for us.
But before we get there, it's important to talk about toxic masculinity and hold ourselves accountable for the ways in which we've ALL at one point participated in this toxic culture of manhood. We can't get to a place of healthier manhood or masculinity without acknowledging the work and time by women in our lives who have helped us get here.
So now where at the point where it's time to define healthy masculinity and you may be asking yourself a few questions: Why is healthy masculinity important? How do I create a healthy masculinity? What is healthy masculinity? Well you're in the right place. Tune in now.
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Big shoutout and thank you to Ryan, Keanon, Larry, Jordan and Justin for providing their perspectives on healthy masculinity in this episode.
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