Rochelle Humes spoke about how important it is for men and women to “sing from the same hymn” as her husband Marvin talks about how men’s poor mental health can negatively affect women. any.
He has married three other famous couples to discuss how men can better support and uplift women.
In a video for Glamor UK for International Women’s Day, Rochelle emphasized how important it is for men to be allies and how men should be like her husband in this way.
“We need men like him because, even though in my career I have always been surrounded by so many amazing strong women, we can only go so far,” she said.
“We need to sing from the same hymn, we need to bridge the gap between men and women…otherwise, we are on separate journeys.”
On mental health, Marvin added: “You know, it’s okay to cry, and it’s okay to be unhappy about certain things.
“Suppressing those emotions can be a bad thing, and for some men it can have a really bad effect on women.”
The Hit List presenters featured model Leomie Anderson and her partner, rapper Lancey Foux, and activists Gina Martin and Ben Hurst on the video project.
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Transgender activist Charlie Craggs and her friend and illustrator Henry James Garrett also participated, discussing transgender issues and recalling a recent example of train harassment .
“I had no support on that train, and you know what, I really needed a man to stand up, because that would be the only one they would listen to,” Craggs said.
“Those guys just love getting to know other men, so if a man says, ‘Stop, that’s not cool,’ that’s going to have more of an impact.”
She added: “People are talking about the wrong thing, it’s not about bathrooms, it’s about the fact that violence against – and murders – transgender is increasing every year.
“How scary is that? But that’s not what we hear, it’s all about the ‘men’ in the bathroom.
“Well, newsflash, transgender women don’t want men in the bathroom either!”
Read the full interview in the GLAMOR UK International Women’s Day Special Digital Magazine online now.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/men-must-sing-from-same-hymn-sheet-as-women-rochelle-humes-says-41423412.html Rochelle Humes says: Men must sing from ‘the same hymn’ as women