Curtis Rayment, the founder of “It’s A Man’s Issue” joins The Rush Hour with A.B and Elliott to unpack how he is changing the conversation among young men.
WARNING: This interview contains triggering themes of domestic and sexual assault including rape. If you are concerned for yourself or someone you know, help is available at 1800respect or www.dvconnect.org
“No one really had that conversation with me as a young impressionable man growing up” says Rayment.
“I felt like there was a lot of key opportunities in my life where someone could of talked to me about the way I was feeling, explain some really important issues…No one did.”
Rayment talks to school students about what masculinity looks like, which covers sexual assault and consent.
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