In this episode of The DTALKS Podcast Joe talks to Whit Honea.

Whit is the author of “The Parent’s Phrase Book” and co-founder of the philanthropic organization

Whit was recently featured in an animated video for The Atlantic entitled “Outdated Gender Stereotypes Are ‘Very Much Alive'”

Whit is also the Social Media and Community Manager for the Dad 2.0 Summit which will be in San Antonio February 21-23, 2019.

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Joe and Whit do a deep dive into Gender Stereotypes, Boy vs Girl Toys and how to cope if you find yourself struggling with the effort to remove these “traditional barriers” from our day-to-day life.


If you want to follow Whit and everything he is up to we’ve provided his social media links below:

Twitter: @WhitHonea
Instagram: @WhitHonea
Facebook: @WhitHonea.Writer

Additionally, if you want more great examples of Whit’s writing style for various news outlets (such as the Why fathers must talk about their mental health piece) you can find it here:


Joe was recently featured in the magazine Voyage Dallas:

You can find that article by clicking here:

Joe has also been announced as an official speaker at the Dad 2.0 Summit in San Antonio next year:

You can find out more about the conference HERE

And you can find out who else is speaking at this event HERE


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