His frank but helpful talk about sex and relationships is going VIRAL on social media. With tens of thousands of followers, Ryan Cass Morrow has even ticked off the big tech censors – but his message is not just controversial conversation fodder. He’s just telling his story of how his seriously jacked up relationship got BETTER after he and his wife put in the work.
Cass’s message is blunt and to the point. Many married men are unhappy with their sex lives. They are unfulfilled, and tired of getting “pity sex” from their wives.
After an incredibly difficult and broken relationship with his wife led to frustration and some very toxic situations, Cass and his wife Kathryn took the reins of their marriage and steered it into a better direction.
How to get better sex with your wife
No one wants their wife to feel like sex with them is an obligation.
But what is it they want from us???
That’s the question most men ask. They don’t know or understand that better sex starts when you step fully into bettering yourself as a man, and loving her.
The married relationship between a husband and wife CAN get better, and when it does get better, better sex often follows!
From Broken and Bruised Marriage to Better
Cass and Kathryn separated 7 times in the first 4 years of their marriage, and missed four of their anniversaries.
Cass even had a 30 day restraining order filed against him, and they nearly divorced hundreds of times.
Cass begged for sex, asking “Why don’t you want sex anymore?” “What would turn you on?” “Do you even think I’m sexy?” “Why don’t you want me?”
His anger became ferocious as he felt unwanted, and that pushed her away even more.
Listen to the Manlihood ManCast to find out how Cass and Kathryn turned their relationship around
And you can find tools to help your relationship too!
Stephen Mansfield is a best-selling author, speaker, a podcaster, and a leadership expert and coach. He’s the author of Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men, Building Your Brand of Brothers, Men on Fire and more.
These words are the lifeblood of Stephen Mansfield’s work and the reason why this New York Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, and popular speaker is often to be found serving vital social causes.
For example, in recent years Stephen has been captured by the cause of the Kurds. It has led him to write a book about the Iraqi Kurds, give a TEDx talk about “The Most Famous Unknown People in the World,” and to issue an international call for the creation of a Kurdish homeland.
Stephen is also deeply concerned about the current state of manhood. To help reverse the downward trend of modern masculinity, he has written leading books on the subject, has appeared in major media, has spoken at conferences around the world, and has launched the GreatMan movement to train men in the art of noble manhood.
“You have a destiny, but your destiny is fulfilled by investing in the destinies of others.”
While managing his busy writing and speaking life, he founded a company that helps prominent figures and top organizations produce high-quality books. He began training leaders, often appearing at conferences around the world. He also began coaching leaders to speak well, something he has done with politicians, leading artists, bestselling authors, and at major universities. In May 2021, Stephen was named a Senior Fellow of Public Leadership at Palm Beach Atlantic University where he teaches and coaches current and future leaders.
Stephen and his beloved wife, Beverly, split their time between Nashville, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C.
Today’s guest is a commercial fisherman in the cold waters of Alaska, and he has raised his kids on the fishing boat. Richard Wheeler shares with us his experiences and perspectives on this edition of the Manlihood ManCast
We invited Richard Wheeler to be a guest on the Manlihood ManCast because his career is a very manly one. Fishing on the open sea, responsibly harvesting salmon and cod from the cold Alaskan waters is a manly endeavor. And Richard’s old school perspective on family, on the world, will definitely resonate with our audience.
Rich Wheeler has been an Alaska fisherman for over 20 years. He longlines in the spring and fall and runs a small gillnet boat out of Cordova, AK in the summer. Rich brings his family out on the boat as often as possible and strives to pass on the tradition of sustainable and respectful fishing.
Rich does much of the fishing for Sena Sea, and we also source from fellow fishermen who share our high-quality standards, and commitment to sustainability.
The Wheelers are a 3rd generation fishing family in Alaska. Richard and his wife Sena own the fishing company Sena Sea
Rich has fished for more than 25 years,and his experiences on the Alaskan waters as a fisherman and conservationist make for an interesting discussion.
Raising Kids on the Boat
Richard Wheeler talks about taking his young kids on the fishing boat, and what it means to truly have a family business.
Today’s guest has a message for dads. Ben Killoy helps dads live up to be the kind of father’s they are meant to be.
Marine Corps Vet and Dad Coach
Ben Killoy served in the Marine Corps, and he and his wife have three kids.
Ben’s journey to become a better father and find his purpose has uncovered a new passion – helping other men find their purpose and become better fathers.
Leading Men Through Their Darkness
Ben Killoy says, “We all know what goes up must come down but we forget that gravity pulls. Working together we will create a vision of a future with gravity to pull you towards it. That remaining who you are every day is the craziest thought you have ever had.”
Josh and Harvey talk about a number of things, including the stigma of a man not pursuing a career in order to raise his family, Harvey’s perspective on the world as a black man, and a meaningful conversation that gets to the heart of what it means to be a man.
Harvey Laguerre is a 47 year old, stay-at-home dad of 4.
During the pandemic, Harvey started a marriage and relationship podcast with is wife called “Love is Black.” That podcast’s success emboldened Harvey to start a new podcast, specifically for men.
Men are the P.R.I.Z.E. podcast is the result of years of learning what it means to be a man in the world today.
Harvey says, “The definition of masculinity has changed drastically and not for the better. Attributes that were once manly, are now toxic. What has not changed is the lack of safe spaces for men to express their emotions. Being a vulnerable man is not celebrated like it should be. This podcast is that safe space for men to open up and reveal their inner monologue.”
The “Men Are The Prize” is a podcast for men to be open and vulnerable. Harvey uses PRIZE as an acronym, and that acronym directs his conversations with his guests.
Each letter represents a characteristic men need to succeed.
We will have Dr. Judson Brandeis on the show again soon, as he has recently done some work on the cutting edge of men’s sexual health that we want to be able to share with you!
From 2014 to 2020, his colleagues voted him as a Top Urologist in the San Francisco Bay Area, and he serves as Chief of Urology at John Muir Hospital and Hill Physicians for several years.
He attended Brown University, and got his MD at Vanderbilt. He’s been awarded the Howard Hughes Award for his research at Harvard Medical School, and he completed his surgery/urology residency (six years!) at UCLA.
Now, in the second half of his career, Dr. Brandeis is committed to “Optimizing Manhood.”
Helping men Feel Great, Look Good and Have Better Physical Intimacy so they can Leave a Legacy.
Dr. Brandeis’ clinical research improved men’s lives as he explores ways to better their sexual health, and overall physical health.
He stays on top of the latest treatments by attending Sexual Medicine and Urology meetings. He is the sirector of Sexual Medicine at The Aesthetic Show, and has written Sexual Medicine chapters for textbooks to educate other physicians as well.
What others are saying about Dr. Brandeis Book “The 21 Century Man”
“This book is one-stop shopping for the man who wants to improve, maintain, and optimize his health.” —Aaron Spitz, MD, Author of The Penis Book, Chair of AUA Telehealth Task Force, frequent guest on The Doctors
“Dr. Brandeis’s text on men’s health is a true tour de force. This will be valuable for all men over 40!” —Andrew Hecht, MD,Professor of Orthopedics and Neurosurgery, Chief of Spine Surgery, Mt Sinai Medical Center
“This comprehensive volume provides clear and concise coverage of all topics in men’s health, from head to toe and every organ in between. His bite-sized summaries are direct, thoughtful, and incredibly useful in demystifying the structure and function of all the critical parts of the male body.” —Mark S. Litwin, MD, MPH, Chairman of urology and professor of public health, UCLA
“The foundation of great, steamy sex is good health. All you need to know is in this book—practical, powerful and scientifically grounded information from leading authorities for satisfying sex that gets better with age.” —Susan Bratton, Intimacy Expert, Author, Co-founder/CEO of Personal Life Media and The20
Today’s guest, Nicolas Gregoriades has appeared on several high-profile podcasts, including the Joe Rogan Experience and The Aubrey Marcus show. Nicolas Gregoriades is an internationally acclaimed jiu jitsu master, author and mentor.
Nic Gregoriades has grappled with both failure and success.
He is also an accomplished podcast host having interviewed guests such as Tim Ferris, Dorian Yates and Graham Hancock
His experiences in life, the good and the painful are helping to inform him
His mission is to help men face their fears, embrace their power and lead lives of extraordinary fulfillment.
His latest book, Aligned: The Modern Man’s Guide to Health, Wealth & Freedom features 20 essential principles for success which Nic has formulated from his extensive experience with martial arts, psychedelic journeys and international adventuring.
Born in South Africa
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, during the turbulent collapse of apartheid, Nic Gregoriades recognized at a young age that there was more to life than promised by the backward, small ideas of his country’s culture.
It was this which first sparked his hunger for wider knowledge and understanding, of
people, places, viewpoints, modes of living, and himself. And since then, with decades
of introspection, study, travel, and practice, and armed with the understanding that the
human experience is a gift, Nic has consistently been able to fulfill his potential.
He has dedicated himself and his life to discovering the secrets of a well-Iived life and
then sharing them with men who seek to go beyond the frustration, boredom and
Every relationship has the potential for great personal turmoil. As men, we’ve got a responsibility to set the tone and temperature, but we often find ourselves reacting or overreacting.
GS Youngblood helps men in relationships to love and lead from their masculine core.
GS Youngblood helps men to evaluate their relationships, and to find the calm and centered place to respond to the sometimes contentious or toxic criticism and frustrations that arise.
If you want to be more powerful in your relationship, less of a pleaser or Nice Guy… he gives practical tips for reclaiming and repairing that relationship.
It can get better
The first step in fixing a struggling relationship is in accepting the simple belief that it can get better.
GS Youngblood teaches some basic exercises that get you “out of your head” and into your body. It grounds your thinking to the moment you are in, rather than rustling through the hurts of the past or worrying and fretting about the future.