A podcast on the inner lives of boys.
I Want to Make a Name for Myself: Boys and Competition
Fourteen-year-old Joseph shares his thoughts and experiences on training, competing and envisioning himself as a high-level athlete competing at a national level. Joined by Jason Rogers, Olympic medalist and writer on the evolving state of masculinity.
I Can’t Focus: Boys and Online Learning
Jack describes his experience with online learning, social distancing and starting high school in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Joined by Jon Harper, assistant principal, author and host of My Bad and Teacher’s Aid podcasts.
Things to Say Before Dawn
A message for youth as part of World Suicide Prevention Day. You are not alone. You are loved.
I Can Show Them Every Side: Boys and Theatre
Thirteen-year-old Evan talks about the sense of belonging he’s found in musical theatre. Joined by Jen Kuhl, a facilitator and musical theatre choreographer.
I’m Becoming More Like Them: Boys and Belonging
Fifteen-year-old Logan talks about moving across the country and leaving behind the openness and warmth of the friendships he used to have. Joined by Dr. Michael Reichert, author of How To Raise A Boy.
Inside, I Really Feel Hurt: Boys and Islamophobia
Rehan describes Islamophobia from the perspective of a thirteen-year-old Muslim boy. Joined by Fatmeh Kalouti, a youth worker at the Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers.
I love the Breaking the Boy Code podcast and all the support for the LGBQT community!
Best podcast with amazing stories. Really eye opening.
Smart and Important!
A well done important insight into critical overviews of issues confronting mostly young boys. What we do to each other and subsequently how it impacts youth needs careful exposition and this excellent program is such a badly needed investigative and smart narrative. It needs lots of exposure!!