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MASKulinity

Jun 20, 2018

Samantha and Remoy are joined by Sri Lankan American actor, activist, and comedian D’Lo who speaks openly about his experience being a transgender South Asian-American. First, D’Lo speaks thoughtfully about his family’s immigration from Sri Lanka to Southern California. Then he speaks about his experience of...


Jun 9, 2018

This week, Samantha and Remoy talk about using creativity for support. Matt Nahoum, primary therapist at Integrated Creative Therapy and Recovery Specialist at East Village Access, shares his work using art to tap into the burden of maskulinity, dealing with trauma and addiction. They explore modeling and vulnerability...


Jun 1, 2018

The show gets personal this week. Samantha and Remoy are joined by Reema Sharma, outreach fellow at SAKHI, a NYC-based organization dedicated to providing support to South Asian women survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. The group distinguishes similar patriarchal structures pervading through Western...


May 26, 2018

We delve into Washington’s NFL team treating their cheerleaders as escorts! They tackle recent allegations of sexual misconduct against Junot Diaz and his revelation as a rape survivor fit in our upholding of maskulinity. What could society be like if experiences were validated instead of social positions? Owning our...


May 11, 2018

This week, Samantha and Remoy get into how education can be a positive actor in young men’s mental health. What does it look like implement an education system that factors in young black men’s needs? Dr. Obari Cartman, a Chicago-based clinical psychologist and full-range expert, who primarily works with black men...