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Modern Manhood: The Podcast

This podcast will mostly concentrate on the lives and viewpoints of many different male voices talking about their own masculinity. The biggest problem we have as males is that we don't talk about our own experiences and problems about our own manhood. And that being a man now looks a lot different that it used to be, or that we think it is.

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So how we balance being a father, a brother, a son, and an ally in the modern world? That's what I want to talk about. If you would like to be on the podcast to talk about masculinity and your experience pls email me at

Aug 21, 2016

Robin Mazumder’s first winter in Edmonton was a tough one for him because he was suffering through a state of Seasonal Affective Disorder, a mental health concern that also triggered something he has been dealing with for a long time, depression. Robin took this opportunity not only to help himself with getting a light to help his SAD, but to acquire funding to add more lights in the Public Library for people to use. For that and trying to brighten up winter in Edmonton, he was named one of Avenue’s magazine’s Top 40 person under 40 in 2014.

But most importantly, he was a keen interest in the realm of masculinity, and men’s health. He is dedicated about spaces, how to connect generations, and male mentors. All of which we got a chance to chat about.

Robin mentioned two books, the ones that he read on his journey to understand his own manhood: Iron John by Robert Bly and Fire and in the Belly by Sam Keen. Two books I recommend for you to read, they are classics in the study of masculinity and in how men and people shape themselves. I also recommend you reading psychologist Robert Garfield’s “Breaking The Male Code”, which I mentioned during the talk with Robin.

Robin's blog which I mentioned a lot, is located at

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