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Falsely Accused – Part I The Problem With Men Podcast

Filed under: Sex Abuse / CYF — JohnPotter @ 9:41 pm Wed 1st June 2022

Welcome To The Problem With Men Podcast
The Problem With Men Podcast

Has there ever been a more confusing and stressful time to be a man?

It seems the gender goal posts are ever changing, spurred on by events like #metoo; and the growth of tribal identity politics. It can sometimes feel like we’re sitting an exam but we skipped the classes.

We’re told we have male privilege; and while it might still be a mans world; it doesn’t mean we should be ashamed or afraid to highlight the difficulties we face.

Masculinity doesn’t have to be toxic, and we’ve shown that by becoming more sensitive; but, we’re also more likely to end our own lives.

So what does it mean to be a man? Where do we fit into the world?

How should we approach Dating? Work? Fatherhood?

The Problem With Men Podcast is here to investigate the issues and challenges facing modern men.

Listen here to Falsely Accused – Part I

One Response to “Falsely Accused – Part I The Problem With Men Podcast”

  1. DJ Ward says:

    A claim could be, only the guilty commit suicide.
    But this person’s experience, made him suicidal.

    I don’t agree, with the title.
    As it’s not a problem, with men.
    Everyone else, has the problems.
    Men are not making, the false accusation.
    Men are not the councillor, changing memories.
    Men are not the police, doing biased investigations.
    Men are not the courts, protecting the accuser.
    Men are not the government, offering cash incentives.
    Men are not the coach, helping the accuser story making.
    Men don’t present evidence of feelings, as proof.

    They even say, they have changed the burden of proof.
    Beyond reasonable doubt, is usurped by believe.
    To stop a single guilty, going free.
    Even the innocent, will not go free.

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