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Lessons from a year full of toxic masculinity

Attendees at the Women’s Convention in Detroit listen to the opening prayer song offered by five indigenous women.&nbsp;<br>

This week, an interview with Wade Davis, the NFL's first Diversity and Inclusion consultant and, well, a professional feminist. (Ok, maybe that one's not on his business card). Davis uses his public platform to talk to men and boys about masculinity as a societal construct -- one that is a performance as harmful to men as it is to women. We'll also hear from reporter Anna North, who attended the Women's Convention in Detroit and talked to women interested in running for office in 2018 about how Donald Trump's win, and Hillary Clinton's loss, have motivated their candidacies.

Wade Davis: Taking off the mask of masculinity

Anna North: “We’ve never seen anything like this”: how Trump inspired women to run for office