Ep 61: “How to Talk Men’s Issues on Reddit” with Matthew Hodges of the subreddit r/MensLib

I have long been a fan of Reddit’s MensLib subreddit just for things like their confidant and direct approach to tackling men’s issues in an intersectional way, their constant and hardworking mods team, and the daily discussion on all things guys but in a way that’s inclusive, educated, and not made to vilify others.

So I was so happy to have Matthew Hodges, the founder of MensLib on Modern Manhood to have a long discussion about why he wanted to start MenLib, the values and foundations of that community, and his own personal life. And as usual, we talked a lot so this will be in two parts.

These are also the links The Gender Knot episode, and Next Gen Men’s Patreon page.


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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