THE OTHER MAN: EXPLORING MANHOOD IN IRELAND
This is a story about the new generation of Irish men. The men who work nights shifts, and spend the next morning playing with their kids. The men who leave early to visit their elderly Dad. The men who spend hours standing in the rain coaching the local GAA. The men who stand up for those with less privilege in society. The men who care.
Is it time to re-define manhood in Ireland? Are you tired on the stereotypes that exist? Are there more good men than bad? What can you do to make a difference in society?
I want to her from men about manhood. I am interviewing people by email or phone (which can be anonymous). Please get in touch or share this with a friend or partner.
It is time to re-define manhood.