How this former pickup artist is relearning what it means to be a 'real man'
Harris O'Malley used to be a womanizer before discovering that it led to feelings of emptiness
Growing up, Harris O'Malley didn't feel like his lived up to the stereotype of a "real man". So in his 20s, he tried to change that by becoming a pickup artist. But eventually, he realized it was a destructive path. He speaks with Piya about finding the balance in extremes and what he's learned about taking pride in being a man during a time of strong gender politics.
This story appears in the Out in the Open episode, "Point of Pride".