Why Don't Men Talk? - Man Enough

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Summary
Justin Baldoni, hosts Matt McGorry, Scooter Braun, Lewis House, Tony Porter and Jamey Heath in a groundbreaking conversation on the role of men in the #metoo movement. Justin also consults with renowned Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Susan Brison, to learn about the reality of sexual violence in America and steps men can take to empower and support survivors. In a special segment, three courageous female survivors come forward with harrowing stories of sexual assault and harassment that changed their lives.
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Justin Baldoni, Prince EA, and Matt McGorry are joined by former UFC Middleweight Champion, Anderson Silva, and fitness model, Aydian Dowling, to discuss body image standards in America and how they impact our sense of self. Then in his home gym, Justin sits down with Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist at Harvard Medical school, in hopes of getting some insight into his own body image insecurities. Justin also visits with Dr. Marc Mani, a world renowned Plastic Surgeon, to get his professional opinion on a part of Justin’s body that he's always been insecure about, his nose.
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Justin Baldoni and the guests continue the dinner conversation by discussing male vulnerability and how men are socialized against opening up. Prince Ea, Derek Hough, Javier Munoz, Bassem Youssef, and Matt McGorry offer up their unique perspectives and honest experiences on camera for the first time ever. Justin also consults Dr. Michael Kimmel, a trailblazing expert in the field of gender studies.
Summary
Justin Baldoni sits down to dinner with some friends to have an open discussion about traditional masculinity and why men don’t talk. Prince Ea, Derek Hough, Javier Munoz, Bassem Youssef, and Matt McGorry offer up their unique perspectives and honest experiences on camera for the first time ever. Justin also consults Dr. Michael Kimmel, a trailblazing expert in the field of gender studies.

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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR A REDEFINED MAN
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YOU ARE MAN ENOUGH

HELP US REDEFINE TRADITIONAL MASCULINITY
We hope watching our guests step outside their comfort zones inspires you to extend this conversation to your own dinner table. We’ve even developed some handy tools and resources to guide you through the experience.
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Guests

We’ve curated a group of influential men from a variety of backgrounds to join us in the exploration of traditional masculinity.

We’ll also feature renowned experts, academics and philosophers across the fields of psychology, gender studies etc.
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Alma
Gonzalez

Alma Gonzalez was born in Mexico and immigrated to the US when we was four years old. She has dedicated her life as a mental health therapist to helping marginalized individuals. Therapy changed her life for the better, and she wanted to do the same for others. She believes in the opportunity to use our internal strength to move forward and heal, even from tragic experiences, to ultimately help others find their own healing.
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Karen
Alston

Karen Alston is the Founder and CEO of an innovative women’s empowerment and professional educational leadership development platform, The Spectrum Circle. She believes that her purpose in life is to inform others on how to live life to the fullest.
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Yazmin Monét
Watkins

Yazmin Monét Watkins is a spoken word poet, activist, author, and actress. Her poetry explores the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, religion, sexual violence and identity. Watkins believes in the power of peace, love, laughter, freedom and empowering others through art.
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Dr. Susan
Brison

Dr. Susan Brison is a trailblazer for Women’s Rights as she has spent the majority of her life committed to studying gender violence. A Professor of Philosophy at Dartmouth College, Brison has additionally held distinguished positions at Princeton University, Tufts University, and New York University.
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Scooter
Braun

Scooter Braun is the founder of SB Projects, an entertainment and media company that combines music, film, culture, and social good. Braun’s record company manages artists such as Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Usher. Not only does Braun manage top pop culture icons, but he values giving back to the community, taking the initiative to add a philanthropic element to his company’s projects.
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Lewis
Howes

Lewis Howes is a lifestyle entrepreneur, business coach, keynote speaker, and a New York Times Bestselling author of The School of Greatness. Born and raised in Ohio, he currently plays on the USA Men’s National Handball Team and was formerly a professional football player. His podcast consistently charts as one of the top 100 podcasts in the world.