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  • Laura Zax

    So powerful. I just watched this from my perch in the office of the new men's grooming brand where I'm lucky to work. I wonder about all of the ways that brands have contributed to this cultural/societal mask of manhood and I feel the responsibility we have to be a brand that not only allows for but also encourages all kinds of definitions of masculinity. GOOD community: how can my shaving brand be a positive force for boys' and men's sense of self and right to define themselves?

  • Tom Maybrier

    We need to change the conversation around masculinity in a big way - much of the cultural conception of what it means to be a man is flawed and the language especially is often psychologically damaging for young children.

    • WomenYSK

      Tom, yes, agreed, gender needs to be completely redefined for both boys and girls, hopefully this film will open a larger conversation about this topic. Thank you for your comment!