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Much as it says on the tin, this podcast is about everyday ethics. We pose the kind of questions we enjoy debating. The kind you might wonder about in the course of regular life. It’s been flatteringly described as “Like listening to your mates argue in the pub, except they’re not rude to each other and they sound like they know what they’re talking about”. Somehow, we're now in the Top 5% of podcasts worldwide, so thanks, that's pretty cool. If you'd like to support the show, checkout our P ...
 
The Gentlemen’s Brotherhood Podcast seeks to inspire the modern man to continuously pursue excellence in all areas of his life. To lead by example by living life as a true gentleman. You have probably noticed that our society seems to be losing its manners and morals. We can’t surrender to these trends and must instead be courageous in our re-discovery of The Lost Art of The Gentleman. The Gentlemen's Brotherhood is hosted by Col. Juan Sepúlveda. Artist, Podcaster and Public Speaker. Juan Se ...
 
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Have you noticed how easily people act rude while on social media? Things that ought to be left unsaid seem to be taking prevalence in online communications. As gentlemen, we should avoid being rude and learn how to deal with rude people. On this episode, I will share 7 common ways in which people are being rude online and ways to avoid being that …
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of pet care. Is it ok to keep any sentient living being as property, free to be made infertile if their incessant humping annoys us and even to be put down if they become an inconvenience or minor danger. Part of this discussion will feel familiar from our vegan/vegetarianism episode (how do we compa…
 
Has it ever happened to you that someone does something incredibly rude to you and yet they seem absolutely oblivious about their transgression? For example, someone standing too close behind you in line, or perhaps someone speaking too loud on the phone. I hate to break it to you, but you and I may be inadvertently guilty of it at times. But don’t…
 
The Honorable Emma Hurst, MLC, was elected to the NSW Legislative Council in 2019, the second member of the Animal Justice Party to be elected to NSW government. She is a registered psychologist and has worked for several animal protection organisations. Since being elected, she has been working on legislation to help animals in NSW. In our chat, w…
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of art. Well, a very small sub-section, enjoying the works of artists who are themselves immoral. In considering this, we consider the difference between art and things that are simply visually/audibly pleasing and how the context of art can (or should) affect how we appreciate it.Key considerations …
 
In this episode (another guest-isode digression from our usual format, which we'll return to next episode), Jake and Ant look at whether entrepreneurship can be a force for good, with Chris and Chris from the Beyond Binary Thinking podcast. We discuss the difference between entrepreneurship en masse and large tech companies, the role of finance (an…
 
Don't you wish there was a formula for being a better husband? Did you know that most men change after getting married? Unfortunately, that change is not always for the best. The good news is that there are ways in which you can recover from any of those negative changes and become an even better husband. On this episode of TGB, I am joined by the …
 
Wouldn't you wish gift-giving was a stress-free activity? Is it easy to shop for gifts for your family? How much pressure do we endure as an impending holiday approaches and we haven't found the right gift?! We have good news! We share our top strategies for Stress-free Gift-giving. We bring you our Gift-Giving-Guide and Good Guidance for Great Gen…
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at whether banning Trump was the right thing to do for social media platforms. With our guests, Peter Suciu (Twitter: @PeterSuciu) and Alex Kantrowitz (twitter: @kantrowitz, podcast: https://redcircle.com/shows/big-technology-podcast) we explore questions such as: are SM platforms utilities, is free speech the sam…
 
Is masculinity dying? Should anyone be scandalized if a man wears a dress? Are there specific roles that men are expected to follow in society? Who determines these roles anyway? Comedian Zoltan Kaszas joins us in a funny and candid conversation about the Modern Male. This celebrated comedian, who has an amazing talent for observational comedy, has…
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of mandatory vaccination, particularly in the context of covid and the year of mandatory lockdowns we've just been through. Arguably, vaccines have clearer benefits and fewer trade-offs than lockdowns, but precedent over the last few decades has been to enshrine people's freedom of choice on the matt…
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of private education. Education is so important - and so formative - that it's important to ask whether it is fair for some people to access a higher quality education on the basis of wealth. What happens when what is best for society does not line up with what is best for us individually? If you'd l…
 
There is a formula for Handling challenges in life. Challenges can take a toll on anyone especially when they compound on us. As we go through a global pandemic, political quarrels, and the threat of economic turmoil, we should use any tool available to give us an advantage over any potential challenges. On this episode of The Gentlemen's Brotherho…
 
In this episode Jake and Ant explore what it means to be overpaid - both from an economic and moral perspective. Particularly, footballers are considered in the context of essentially being entertainers. In it, you'll get a potted history of how footballers went from earning £1 a week to over £300k, an original take on the footballers v nurses deba…
 
Voting with your conscience. You can belong to a party and your family may have a long lineage of voting a certain way. However, if you love the country in which you live, you exercise your civic right to vote by consulting with your conscience. We should strive to be informed citizens. Citizens who can not only engage in a civilized conversation w…
 
Men are stronger together Conversation with HeRose Men Mastermind Men are stronger together but unfortunately many of us turn to isolation in moments of challenger. In The Gentlemen's Brotherhood, we believe that challenges make the man and that we are much stronger when we band together to solve those problems. When we unite, we can witness the ch…
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant explore what it means to be a bad person, briefly revisit the distinction between good/bad and right/wrong and discuss in some more depth why they specifically chose Facebook for this question (rather than BP or Goldman Sachs or Google) and some of the harms and goods it facilitates. If you'd like to support the show, …
 
What should men do when the wife makes more money? Is it ok for the men not to be the main provider? In today's society, more and more men are married to professional women who earn more money than them. However, this hasn't always been the case and as it becomes more and more common, it is crucial that we discuss the societal shift and personal ef…
 
While having conversations with other men, I have come across a habit that has the potential of derailing conversations or even worse, of leaving a negative impression. Today we address the "One up Man". I'm sure you have seen this before, you are sharing a story with someone and almost before you can finish telling it, they have a bigger, bolder, …
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant consider whether the consumption of meat and specifically the production and slaughter of animals to that end is immoral. This includes an exploration of the moral differences between different animals (humans included) and a consideration of whether the crux of the issue lies in the suffering and death involved in pro…
 
In this episode, Jake and Ant consider how and why we segregate sports and, ultimately, what the point of sports might be? This includes an exploration of current issues of segregating by sex, given difficulty determining how to include trans atheletes and those with DSD such as Caster Semenya - who recently lost a court ruling on the matter. There…
 
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