In Toxic Masculinity Part 2, we welcome two women to share their perspectives on toxic masculinity across color lines. Sacil Armstrong, an equity coach and social justice facilitator, discusses double standards, abuse, how gender roles confine people, examples of toxic masculinity in daily life, boys playing with dolls, and more. Sandy, an educator from Philadelphia, reflects on her definition of toxic masculinity, the cycle perpetuated by our society and the media, harmful expectations, and more. Also, we talk about encouraging our sons to express their emotions, holding other men accountable, and Cobra Kai.
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