Ruthann and I discuss ‘The Myths of Gender’—how these myths have affected me personally, how they show up in our world today, and how people are rising above the confusion.
“This is a book that I wish I could have given myself when I was 13, and 17, and 20, and 27 … and yesterday. It may not be a book that resonates for everyone, but I believe that many men, of any age, will see aspects of their own personal journey in these pages, hauntingly laid out in a form that walks the line between picture book and graphic novel.”
Alina opens our interview about men and self-acceptance with two great questions:
“If we have come so far in our society in terms of equality, why is it that men still have such a hard time discovering, acknowledging, and embracing who they really are? Why do men feel just as confined as women can, and what can you do to find yourself as a man walking an authentic life?”