Japan is recognized as one of the most gender-rigid nations on the planet, which only magnifies the intrinsic fearlessness of this week’s radio/podcast guest, SHU MATSUO POST, who as a (male) feminist, chose to take his wife’s name when he got married. I am immensely grateful and incredibly humbled to talk to Shu about his recent book, “I Took Her Name.” The opposition and the ridicule this man must have endured for only wanting to honour the integrity of himself and his wife, is only one facet for what I am eager to discover and to discuss with Shu! A NOT-TO-BE-MISSED Show on my C-Suite Radio / C-Suite Network Host Page! Shu Matsuo Post is a father, husband, and feminism advocate. He is the author of I Took Her Name, where he shares his experience of changing his name after marriage in Japan and his journey into feminism. He inspires men and boys to confront gender expectations to live a more authentic, vulnerable, and free life. Shu Matsuo Post is a successful businessman in Japan, one of the most gender-rigid nations on the planet. When he got married and chose to take his wife’s name, the opposition he encountered gave him an unexpected glimpse into a woman’s world. It also gave him a taste of vulnerability, emotional connection, and the freedom he had been craving all his life. Flowing seamlessly between his own journey, his wife’s journey, and their journey together as they struggled to break the bonds of gender limitations, his first book, I Took Her Name, is a powerful roadmap for defying expectations and becoming your authentic self.
Uplifting you to fear less and to live more!
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