There was a time when being gay automatically meant that you were “less” of a man. Real men were strong, masculine and athletic, business leaders and fathers, and in today’s culture some of those same men are openly gay. As culture and society changes, so does our definition of what it means to be a man in today’s world. Jeffrey Navarre has had an interesting journey is his own self-discovery of masculinity. He discusses with Jim Duke how his views of manhood evolved over time and his involvement in the Mankind Project, a global network of peer-facilitated men’s groups.