CBC Fremantle on the Tomorrow Man workshop and the incredible impact it has on boys who participate - featuring principal Tomorrow Man facilitator, Zac Prior.
RADIO host Gus Worland is continuing his push to reduce male suicide with a new podcast exploring what it means to be a man.
The curator of a popular Instagram page featuring naked Australian farmers is launching an underwear line in a bid to raise funds for mental health workshops and support services.
The Narromine Gorillas have started their season magnificently – undefeated in both in first and second grade after six rounds. However equally as impressive is the work they are doing off the field with their strong support of the ‘Beat the Breakdown’ charity alongside the Browning Family.
Teenage boys aren’t always forthcoming when it comes to personal sharing. So this week, we’re offering a video about listening to your son. Thought leader and expert facilitator Tom Harkin has had a lot of practice creating the right environment to encourage teenage boys to speak up. Try following his tips and you might just be surprised!
On Wednesday night, the East Fremantle Football Club teamed up with Ryder and Zac from Tomorrow’s Architects (in partnership with the Kai Eardley Fund) to deliver a thoroughly engaging workshop to 47 Sharks players; a cross section of academy, colts, community and a senior player.
"It's always the most unlikely guy," Gus Worland muses. "It's the guy who's the life of the party, who people just thought 'he's flying in life'."
We're talking about male suicide.
Introducing eight australians who reveal what modern masculinity means, where it's headed and how it shapes the country we live in.
Meet the 'bloke whisperer' who wants Aussie men to 'man up' and open up
Man Up served up some of the most stirring television of the year.
"Bloke whisperer" Tom Harkin says Australian men need to challenge the stereotypes of masculinity and address the issues that lead to high rates of suicide.
Australia's "bloke whisperer" Tom Harkin has thrown down the challenge to Australian men to take a hard look at themselves and the "rules that say what guys should be"
Radio host Gus Worland brags that he was so hot in his previous career as a laptop salesman, he could "sell ice to the eskimos". Now he's facing his biggest challenge yet: selling feelings to men.
The Triple M radio host hopes to break the silence about suicide in the ABC series Man Up