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The invisibility cycle | HBR Talk 153

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This week, HBR Talk will examine the cycle of blame, shame, and denial that too often makes men’s issues invisible and creates barriers and pain when men are most in need of practical compassion. The discussion streams on multiple platforms. You can tune in Thursday at 7:30PM Eastern, or find other viewing and listening options for that time or later, on badgerfeed.com.…

Reality is tough | HBR Talk 146

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This week, HBR Talk will examine social engineers’ attack on your ability to effectively communicate, while we’re still able to describe our observations. The discussion streams on multiple platforms. You can tune in Thursday at 7:30PM Eastern, or find other viewing and listening options for that time or later, on badgerfeed.com.…

Defunding police: Who pays? | HBR Talk 145

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This week, HBR Talk examines the left’s policy of defunding police and catering to unruly mobs. What are they doing and why, and how are men and boys impacted? What actually needs to be done? The discussion streams on multiple platforms. You can tune in Thursday at 7:30PM Eastern, or find other viewing and listening options for that time or later, on badgerfeed.com.…

Discussing radicalized youth with Naama Kates and Natti Kaddyifa | HBR Talk 136

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This week HBR Talk features investigative journalist Naama Kates, host of The Incel Project, and British Badger Belle Natty Kadifa, discussing the issue of young people (especially boys & young men) getting recruited to groups like these and used, essentially, as soldiers… and how these and other factors may contribute to that phenomenon.…

#NotYourBoogeyman | HBR Talk 126

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Join HBR Talk as we lay down another very important boundary: No, feminists, we do not consent to being your boogeyman, and we do not consent to being the catch-all label for men you hate and fear. Once again, who we are is not your call! Tune in at 7:30PM EST, 12:30AM GMT

Opening monologue transcripthttps://www.patreon.com/posts/35290441…

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