Dr. Jon Paul

Speaker, writer, and social justice educator who focuses on issues related to gender, race, and media

Speaker, writer, and social justice educator who focuses on issues related to gender, race, and media.

Dr. Jon Paul on KCRW

Over the past 50 years our the concept of being a maleness and masculinity have also been impacted by a cultural shift and societal acceptance of different gender identities and all…

How gender identity is shifting our perception of traditional male traits

Over the past 50 years our the concept of being a maleness and masculinity have also been impacted by a cultural shift and societal acceptance of different gender identities and all…

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