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Jake and Carl talk about how depression can impact men differently. They invite Jeff to join them for the discussion. Jeff a counselor at Colorado State University and brings in expert knowledge that helps Jake and Carl figure out how masculinities and depression come together. You’ll learn from Jeff how depression manifests in men and he’ll tell you strategies on addressing depression both for yourself and other people. The National...

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Join Jake and Carl as they think about the ways in which men perform intimacy and how deeply connected it is to oppression and violence. They invite William (who also goes by Will or Willy or any other subset), a Colorado State University student, to talk about his journey through discovering and practicing intimacy. Men understanding and practicing intimacy in one of the more difficult processes for us to exercise social justice....

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Join Jake and Carl as they talk about a consistent theme that comes up in male-centric anti-gender-based violence communities: It’s mostly White men who engage in the work. Jake, as a White man, and Carl, as a man of color, dig into the possible nuances and dynamics that play into the struggles of creating a race-inclusive space that focuses on deconstructing gender and gender-based violence. Understanding the complexities of identity...

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Join Jake and Carl as they explore the ways that their lifetime of playing video games may have impacted their lives as men. They are joined by Thomas, a Colorado State University student and passionate gamer, as he brings in his perspective. They range from talking about their personal experience with video games, their observations of streaming platforms, the different ways that gamers are treated based on their gender, and the...

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Join Jake and Carl as they explore masculinity through the prism of slam poetry. Joining them is Christof, a graduate student at Colorado State University. Christof has been writing poetry for almost a decade and recently won a slam competition. He has some great ideas on the ways that poetry factors into men exercising social justice....

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