The "masc 4 masc" ideology has no seat at this table. The new dinner series Man Enough, about manhood, masculinity, and the role of men in society, is finally out and couldn't come at a better time. A lot has happened since we talked to Hamiliton star Javier Munoz about his views on masculinity and revealed his place at the Man Enough dinner table and today, in partnership with men's grooming company Harry's, we're finally seeing what's on the menu.
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Alongside Munoz, a rotating cast including Matt McGorry, Derek Hough, Prince Ea, Bassem Youssef, Aydian Dowling and Anderson Silva have taken their seats to discuss the range of issues facing men and the ideals of masculinity. It's a series that has been a long time coming for creator Justin Baldoni, who explained to OUT what the show means to him:
"Man Enough comes from my own journey to explore and redefine traditional masculinity. I'm not an expert in the subject and I'm not trying to be. What I am is open and willing to share my story, be vulnerable, and create this space for men to have the permission to talk more openly about these issues."
In the pilot episode, the topic is "why men don't talk," and, as usual, Munoz has a lot to say on the topic, but you'll have to head over to We Are Man Enough to find out what's on his mind.