Join Tim and Shannon as they discuss how children are sexualized in the media. Are children growing up too fast? Is the film "Cuties" helping the problem or part of it? Tim and Shannon will be speaking with Film Producer, John Paul Rice, as well as Men's Wellness Advocate, Personal Development Consultant, and founder of ReKognize, Kira Mamula. John Paul Rice began his film career in Georgia working on REMEMBER THE TITANS starring Denzel Washington and WE WERE SOLDIERS, starring Mel Gibson. In 2001, John landed a position at the Los Angeles film finance, sales, and production company Senator International (which later became Mandate Pictures) producers of JUNO, THE GRUDGE, HAROLD AND KUMAR. In 2008, Mr. Rice formed No Restrictions Entertainment with filmmaker Edgar Michael Bravo and produced these critically acclaimed films, ONE HOUR FANTASY GIRL, THE MAGIC STONE, MEMORIES OF A LOST LOVE, MARK’S SECRET TO ETERNAL LIFE, and A NICE QUIET LIFE. The team recently released their 6th project in 10 years with A CHILD’S VOICE, a supernatural thriller about a runaway teen who answers a child calling out for help and is sent on a journey to find a human trafficking network run by the child's killer. All six films tell bold, authentic, real-life stories of survival in the face of uncertainty with hope and love for a better world. The team is now in preparation for its 7th feature with GAME DAY. Kira Mamula is a Men's Wellness Advocate, Personal Development Consultant, and founder of ReKognize. Kira's unique approach to helping others gain control of their lives and achieve their personal growth goals is based upon the science of neuroplasticity. Her mission is to drive awareness that men matter too, face daily life challenges, and are in desperate need of a supportive community vs one that vilifies them. She accomplishes this by educating both men AND women via her private relationship coaching services, published articles, blog posts, podcasts, speaking engagements, and outreach through all social media platforms. Though proud of the women’s movement and their fight for equality, she believes women need to gain insight and understanding into a man’s world in order to truly bridge the gap between the sexes. Instead of pushing men away, women are in need of a new perspective on men’s behaviors/thought processes/daily struggles.