What's a wasteman? In this podcast, we explore 'wastemanism' and what it means to different people through honest conversation. Gender norms, toxic masculinity and patriarchal structures are a thread throughout the episodes. You can expect honest stories, personal anecdotes, entertainment but also food for reflective thought.
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As we recorded this episode in November, my precious friend Stijn shared his thoughts on Men's Mental Health Awareness Month, his own wasteman behaviour, (not) being a part of the gay community, and his proudest moments. ENJOY! more
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Film journalist, paleontologist, certified gamer, but also biggest feminist out there: Ali Arkani came to my bathroom (yes, we recorded this episode in my bathroom) to have a passionate talk about the issues of beauty norms, patriarchal structures, a... more
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LETTERS TO WASTEMEN launched a year ago and published 9 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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