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Brooklyn-based duo Samantha Nzessi and Remoy Philip invite you into their sometimes loud but necessary banter on masculinity. Hear Samantha and Remoy discuss topics like what masculinity means to our society, whether masculinity has actually been good to men, or even how the latest movie, TV and sports trends are helping or hurting the gender, and everyone else by extension. Also listen as a variety of guests—experts in the fields of gender studies, activists, or even everyday guys—stop by the pod to chat about subjects like ‘woke feminism’ or the men's rights movement. Listen week to week as Samantha, Remoy, et. al., invite (cis/trans/hetero/gay) men to take off the MASK that is masculinity, and do so from distinct yet connected perspectives. Let’s get into it

Customer Reviews

so important

samantha and remoy tackle tough and critical topics around identity and how the perception of what masculinity is affects us all. this is important work and everyone can learn and benefit from it!

Don’t sleep on this, bruh.

How’d I miss this pod for 6+ months? These conversations are in-depth and engrossing. I’m loving these takes on masculinity and how it effects everyone involved. A+
Looking forward to season 2

Informative, emotive, and provacative

I'm glad to see that there is a wider discussion and dissection of the role that gender roles and expectations play in all of our lives. What this podcast adds to that discussion is the fresh take by the hosts, who talk seriously about an important topic, but with an easily relatable tone, as if it were between two friends letting you in on their thoughts. Love it and will recommend it to my friends!

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