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September 22nd 2016: Bill Cosby, Brock Turner, Roger Ailes, Anthony Weiner: How Many Men Must Fall Before We Start to Help Them? A Conversation Among Inner Revolutionary Men

The news is full of it – a man sexually victimizing someone. Good that we’re helping the victims, but what about the perpetrators? Aren’t they also victims of their own out-of-control sexuality? Aren’t we daily flooded with examples of men raping, molesting, abusing or sexually harassing others? Aren’t tons of households struggling with sons and fathers addicted to pornography? Today we ask “Why?” Why are so many men struggling with their sexuality? And why are we primarily focused on punishment? Why aren’t more of us addressing how we can help? It’s time for men to speak up and focus on heali

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James Maynard

James is a born ham who aspired to be a big cheese. A creative guy who played jazz trumpet professionally with Big Band groups and who loves to sing and compose music, he got sidetracked into the legal field in order to live the life he thought he should. In the early 70s, he broke loose and got involved in the New Age movement, studying the esoteric and living at the groundbreaking New Age community, Findhorn, in Scotland. Returning to the US 3 years later, he also became deeply involved in the field of hypnotherapy, not only as a practitioner, but as a teacher and founder of the Transpersonal Hypnotherapy Institute.
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Todd Benton

Todd Benton is a website and graphic designer who also advises on social media and relationship marketing. His tagline is “creating authentic connections online and offline” and in keeping with that, he’s also trying to change what it means to be a man in today’s hyper-competitive, male-dominated culture. He does this though his work with the Inner Revolutionary Men’s group – a program of the InnerRevolution.Org – and as a father to two young boys.
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Richard Di Santo

Richard Di Santo is a retired K-12 educator/counselor who does part time tutoring. Richard grew up in the 1950's in the suburbs of Chicago. He is the product of a culture and religious denomination that fostered compliance. At the same time, he experienced a male dominated hierarchy in his family and in society. Those experiences contributed to his development as a quiet, compliant, self-conscious, emotionally isolated and depressed teen. He lived out those characteristics as a man throughout his adult life despite being largely unaware of their impact on himself or others.
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