The Masculinity Project: We Can Change, We Can Do, We Can Be

What if I told you one of the hardest things to be in the world is being a college aged man?  You are probably baffled at that idea. But men are often struggling with identifying their challenges and masking the challenges they are facing Every day I get to work with college students and a […]

Expectations of Being a Man

By: Dennis Campbell Not long ago I got a phone call from my father telling me that my grandfather was being transported to the hospital. I immediately began to tear up but immediately shut those feelings down because there was too much work to do and people were depending on me.  I needed to just […]

The Truths of Being a “Masculinity” Speaker

By: Tim Mousseau When I first found out that Men’s Health was featuring me in an article, I was thrilled. This was a global publication, one with reach and influence. As a speaker who viscerally believes in his platform, how could I not be excited? A chance to further my potential reach.   Not used […]

Getting Men to the Table

By: Tim Mousseau I recently attended a day-long conference put on concerning general sex education and the positive sides of sex. It is important to note about 95% of the attendees of the event were female passing. During one of the panels on consent and trusting men during the #MeToo era, a question came up […]

Few Talk, Many Affected: Changing the Culture About Men’s Mental Health

Dr. Kevin Snyder has presented over 1,150 programs in all 50 states and has been with CAMPUSPEAK for over a decade. He’s also a former Dean of Students, an author with a best-selling book, and a professional speaker with a wealth of unique expertise both in Student Affairs and in corporate America. We sat down […]

The need for conversations on masculinity.

For me, masculinity has always been an interesting concept. I grew up in a military family surrounded by what some might consider ideologies of “traditional” masculinity. My father was stoic and expected achievement. Our lives were heavily ordered, and he served as the primary breadwinner, while my mother was a source of emotional support and […]