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Actor Justin Baldoni has a challenge for men: “See if you can use the same qualities that you feel make you a man to go deeper into yourself. Your strength, your bravery, your toughness: Can we redefine what those mean and use them to explore our hearts?” In his new #TEDTalk, the Jane the Virgin actor starts a dialogue about masculinity and unravels what it means to be “man enough.” Watch @justinbaldoni’s full talk at go.ted.com/manenough

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2017.12.04. 23:39

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@lotsdive

2017.12.12. 13:03
Wow 💦🐬🔱🐬💦

@prendaminha

2017.12.12. 17:16
Wow! I have goosebumps!

@daniela.cer

2017.12.12. 20:57
This is inspiring

@_v.e.b

2017.12.12. 22:55
@bfonacier is this him ???

@bfonacier

2017.12.12. 22:56
@_v.e.b haha no “ted talk” is the name of the videos. Different people talk in each video but this is one of them

@_v.e.b

2017.12.12. 23:05
@bfonacier lmfao ! Well i hit the nail close enough.

@annesha.b

2017.12.13. 00:22
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@silvanahelpsyouwithyourspanish

2017.12.13. 10:00
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@sanaa912

2017.12.13. 15:52
@tee.em wow this is great

@wahyda_ak

2017.12.13. 22:35
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@priyavedapathak

2017.12.13. 22:58
@paprika_pathak pffff 😳🙏🏽

@ziyaatulhaaqq

2017.12.13. 23:04
@wahyda_ak My bae! No truer words honestly 😍😍😍😍

@valderramacamila79

2017.12.13. 23:47
Buenas TED Talks, las canciones de JELOZ son la sensación para que compruebes lo que te digo descarga esta canción (ENTRE LA ESPADA Y LA PARED) y síguelo en Instagram como @jelozmusic ¡SUERTE!

@bschlag3

2017.12.14. 03:14
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@lydselaine

2017.12.14. 05:10
@bschlag3 they talk about a ton of different topics!!

@seana.lynn

2017.12.14. 07:15
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@bettermaninitiativeafrica

2017.12.14. 11:39
@thekelechii thanks a lot for the mention. This amazing and what we stand for and more

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2017.12.14. 20:08
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@saifeenida

2017.12.14. 21:23
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2017.12.14. 22:51
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@lisoileau

2017.12.14. 22:56
Damn Rafael @mad_hart

@fientjecprive

2017.12.14. 23:09
Wtf @senne_wancour 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

@senne_wancour

2017.12.14. 23:27
@fientjecprive diepzinnig!! Dus ik moet jou verdedigen en geloven

@maddieaud

2017.12.15. 00:17
@carlypope I AM SO IN LOVE RN

@maddieaud

2017.12.15. 00:17
@erinphilli RAFAEL IS BAE

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2017.12.15. 00:49
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@palomasuzano

2017.12.15. 00:52
@gabrlpaiva foda, veja!

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2017.12.15. 01:55
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2017.12.15. 03:02
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@alexsilverfagan

2017.12.15. 04:03
@robbiegash this guy is amazing

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2017.12.15. 05:59
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2017.12.15. 09:35
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2017.12.15. 10:51
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2017.12.15. 12:03
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2017.12.15. 13:42
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2017.12.15. 13:43
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2017.12.15. 14:03
@loveleighdae We see you and we hear you J.

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