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As the roles of manhood continue to change, more and more men are opening their minds and their hearts to new ways of being and relating as men.
But are men really changing? Are they really moving past the antiquated paradigms of masculinity that have been around for generations? Join Coach Michael Taylor as he interviews Troy Spry & Shawon Watson, two young men who are setting the stage for a positive shift in male attitudes and redefining what it means to be men in today's ever-changing world. In this empowering dialog these trendsetting men will be discussing topics such as monogamy, marriage, sex, careers, spirituality and children and they will give you a glimpse of what our young men are thinking in our society today. Troy Spry is a Relationship Coach, Writer, Blogger, and Workshop Facilitator who is committed to supporting men and women create healthy loving relationships.
Shawon Watson is the author of: "Kissing Your Heartache Goodbye-What Women Need To Do Before Beginning Another Relationship" Although his book is targeted to women, he believes that the message within the book is also applicable to men and he is spreading a powerful message to make sure that men kiss their heartaches goodbye also.
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Today, we meet with Chioma Oruh, a political scientist and activist, Ph.D. candidate, mother of 2 and sacred sexual healer. Here's what she'll be discussing with us:
"The past 500 years of maafa, colonialism and now neo-colonialism has been a true test of African masculinity. Traditionally and indigenously, the vast majority of pre-colonial African societies were matriarchal, Yet these mother-centric cultures co-existed with egalitarian and cooperative patriarchies that did not result in the abuse or oppression of the women, yet upheld the power of masculinity. Having experienced such traumatic experiences of the past 500 years has given a severe blow to Black masculinity as it is evident that they were unable to defeat the blows of white supremacy and capitalism. There are many social ways this defeat plays out in our lives and relationships. This program will explore those ways."
Here are the links to her Facebook fanpage and her blogsite:
If you are a man who is committed to living an extraordinary life, where do you go to gain the wisdom to do so? If you are a man who recognizes that the current paradigm of masculinity isn't working and is seeking new ways of being and relating as a man, what book would you read to support you? If you intuitively know that your life could be so much more rewarding and fulfilling yet you simply have not had the resources to make it better, where would you turn for guidance? If you are a man
Talking to your son about the messages he receives about what it means to “be a man” can feel daunting to say the least.
We aren’t usually taught the skills to have conversations that help others unpack their assumptions, critically think about society’s messages, and develop their own opinions.
And it can be particularly difficult to have these conversations without imposing our own beliefs or being judgemental toward them, which often shuts them down.
Based on our article, 6 Ways To Talk To Your Son About Male Violence and Healthy Masculinity, William Harris from
In this second installment of the New Evangelization series, we take a look at God's plan for who we are as men and women. He intentionally designed us with unique differences both phsycially and psychologically. Our featured guest, Dr Phil Mango, will discuss these differences that are all part of God's wonderful plan for men and women. Dr Mango is a Catholic psychotherapist who has spoken on masculinity and femininity across the country and abroad. He is the
A "capon" is a rooster that has been castrated. It is castrated to improve taste and tenderness when cooked, but it also makes the animal more docile. Are MEN today CAPONS? Has their masculinity been stripped from them? Tune into Kim and Danny for MESSAGE TO MY SISTERS:"Are Men Today Masculine?" http://www.tinyurl.com/mtmsisters http://www.3wisewomen.com http://www.facebook.com/3WiseWomen
Does a "good man" necessarily have to be a "God-fearing" man? Why do conventional notions of masculinity in the Caribbean depend so heavily on "divine" ordinance? Is there any way to define the "role" of a man without any appeal whatsoever to supernatural beings? What does a man lose when he loses his faith? These and other questions are addressed as the Yardie Skeptics team discusses the topic "Masculinity and Faith." We are accompanied by special guest Dr. Walter Sistrunk, post-doctoral fellow in Afro-American Studies at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Yardie Skeptics,
Since the beginning of time man has used stories to pass wisdom and tradition from generation to generation. One of the most powerful mediums for storytelling is filmmaking. Movies are the vehicles that can inspire and enlighten us when we view them with an open heart and open mind.
Join Coach Michael Taylor as he interviews Eivind Figenschau Skjellum about his website Masculinity-Movies.com as they discuss the importance of understanding the sometimes hidden messages in movies and stories that can support you in living the life of your dreams.
On Tuesday, The Men's Morning Show is proud to have Hasani Pettiford, author of "Why We Hate Black Women", on the show!
To listen to the show call 215-383-5795 (press "1" if you have a question or comment) or online in the chat room at www.blogtalkradio.com/the-mens-morning-show. Show time 7:30 am to 9:30 am EST. Mon-Fri
Teko's Corner is that place where you can always go when your back is against the wall and life has you trapped in a corner.
The featured guests of Teko's Corner this week will be author and motivational speaker April Whittington and CEO/Author Marcel Terrell of XStudcee™ and All Mine Publishing.
April Whittington is an author, a motivational speaker and the creator of Distinguished Masculinity, a movement that highlights masculine women in a positive way.
Marcel Terrell is a motivated entrepreneur that has always been passionate about writing. She is working on her second book of erotica, XStudcee™ Her Panty Wetta.
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