Are today’s fathers still being constrained by the “man box” of traditional gender stereotypes? How can today’s dads overcome these outdated ideas on being a man to live life to the fullest.
Mark Greene, executive editor of The Good Men Project, discusses these things along with the content of his new book Remaking Manhood: The Modern Masculinity Movement, Stories From the Front Lines of Change with City Dads Group co-founder Matt Schneider on the latest episode of The Modern Dads Podcast.
Remaking Manhood is a collection of Greene’s most popular articles on American culture, relationships, family and fatherhood. It looks at the life affirming changes emerging from within the modern men’s movement.
Greene writes and speaks on men’s issues for the Good Men Project, the Shriver Report, the New York Times, Salon, the BBC and the Huffington Post. He is also the author of The Little #MeToo Book for Men, a concise, call to action that invites all men to step out of silence and isolation and into the battle for a better future.
Greene and Saliha Bava are the co-authors of The Relational Book for Parenting. It uses comics, fables, articles, and games to help families grow their relationship superpowers in the daily back and forth of parenting. The book has been called a joyful, accessible, parent-friendly book is designed to help raise a generation of young people who are better able to connect, collaborate, and innovate across differences.