Ep 28: Ian Moore/Life in a Heavily Male Workplace

Today we’re going to talk about the law. Not the law in regards to masculinity or how it affects males, but the law profession. How it affects the notions of self-care, and how the law profession is heavily run by males, and what the effect of that dynamic can be. We’re going to talk to law student Ian Moore from Vancouver about this, plus I wanted to ask about his own life and what stories might he have over how he views his masculinity. Including an interesting story in which he gets mugged.

If you haven’t done so already, please check out The Ferdinand’s new story by Derek Nadeau titled “Coping.”  In which Derek goes through his journey into finding coping skills to take care of his own mental health, which took a drastic toll.

If you want to share your own story through Modern Manhood, please send me a line at or find me on Twitter @modernmanpod. 

By German V

My name is German Villegas and I have worked with youth and males in a human service capacity for 5 years plus. It was one of my passions to help out males of all kinds in their quest for their own perfect manhood, and to be a better ally to the many marginalized population in my community and beyond.

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