Men are in crisis across America. We are killing ourselves, taking new and deadlier drugs, resorting to theft, murder, and violence in broad daylight, and sexually assaulting Women in public spaces and dark alleys. All of this is happening in record numbers. “Toxic masculinity,” someone is screeching in the background, probably a man so neutered he can’t comprehend the simple truth. The problem isn’t “men.” It’s the lack of “Men” with a capital fucking M.
Meet Traver Boehm – a guy utterly unashamed of being a guy. He can hug the shit out of you, and you can feel the power and reassurance coming back at you. He can acknowledge the scourge of sexual assault and peel back the layers down to their root cause. Most importantly, he believes that as ugly and brutal as these problems are – they are well within our power to fix. The uncomfortable truth? We, as men, ARE THE FIX.
About Man Uncivilized
Traver Boehm knows men. How they think, what’s behind their behavior, and most importantly — their unique challenges in the modern landscape.
In 2016 after losing a pregnancy, his marriage, and his business partnership all within weeks of each other, he created a radical year-long social experiment to answer the question, “Who am I as a man?”
Traver is the the founder of the Uncivilized Men’s Movement, the fastest growing men’s movement in the world. He is the author of “Today I Rise”, and “Man UNcivilized” as well as a two-time TEDx speaker, men’s coach and podcaster.
Drawing upon an eclectic background ranging from professional bodyguard and Mixed Martial Arts to a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and meditation, Traver counsels men, women, and couples on how to better understand men’s mental health and relationship difficulties.
With a passion for people and a unique lens through which to view the human experience, Traver is a highly sought after teacher in the fields of consciousness, relationship, and personal development.
Click here to read the Man Uncivilized article by Traver Boehm
Check out his amazing TEDx talk by clicking here.