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Justin Baldoni On What Being "Man Enough" Means at TedWomen Talk

In July 2017, I discovered Justin Baldoni on his Men's room project and practically began to stalk him on social media  and have been learning a lot from his personal redefining masculinity journey.
At the PaleyFest 2015

Despite my stalking, I missed out on the TEDWomen talk he made in 2017, but as the universe always does, my friend Lisa L. Flowers just sent me the link to his "Are you Man Enough" and it completely changed my paradigm around some concepts I already held.

Here is the link on Facebook but the full Video LINK is HERE.

Let me know what you think? Whether you are a woman or a man.

Your bae,


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