Unfortunately, most men don’t pay attention to the prostate or even understand its role in men’s health, how it works, or even where it is located since it is hidden in an area that most men are afraid to talk about. However, three leading men’s lifestyle influencers have now agreed to talk about it and help our communities do the same.
Throughout the month of September, this group of men will lead social media conversations, posting content on their blogs, and offering themselves as media sources to help generate additional conversations to help support awareness during National Prostate Health Month.
We are also able to help media organizations looking to cover this issue connect with expert sources from medical, pharmaceutical, and lifestyle brands that also share our mission. If you are a brand that supports our mission, please reach out to us, we love to support those who understand how important this topic is to men of all ages.
Here are some recent articles from #MenWhoBlog members talking about why prostate health is an important topic for them and their communities ...
Sujeet from GuysGab.com:
Let's face it. The prospect of a doctor sticking a finger up your rectum will have most guys running in the opposite direction. But prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer for men, and early detection is key. So it's imperative that you get checked out regularly, especially if you have a family history of prostate cancer or a higher risk factor.
Chad from UnfinishedMan.com:
No one likes getting a prostate exam. Though they're generally less unpleasant than you think, they're not at the top of my list for fun activities to do on my day off. However, it's vitally important that you have a conversation with your doctor about regular exams, especially if you're over 40. Prostate cancer is deadly serious, and 30 seconds of discomfort is a whole lot better than chemotherapy or radiation treatment.
James from ManTripping.com Talks About Prostate Cancer
In large part because of where the prostate is located and the mystique that surrounds men’s sexual health in general, many men don’t consider the prostate till it is too late and that it is far more important to general health than merely a gland that produces fluid important to sexual health. As a guy in his mid-40’s I don’t want to wait till it is too late before I begin considering ways to keep this part of my body healthy, just as I already do with my heart, lungs, and digestive system.
Throughout the month of September, these influencers will be producing content and engaging with our collective audiences on the subject of prostate health, screenings, diet, and myths as well as fears about this topic that many of us ignore for too long.
I hope you can join us on social media using hashtags #MenWhoBlog #ProstateCancer.