On a Monday night in Midtown , a group of approximately 20 men were baring their . “I’m angry that my health is deteriorating. I’m not ready to be an old man,” said Jeff Nichols who’s 70. Ranging in age from 30 to 70, the men were gathered as part of the @ (MKP), a 33-year-old nonprofit with 24 chapters in the U.S. and 11 regions abroad. It focuses on things like men’s emotional well-being, drawing on elements like Carl Jung’s theories of the psyche, nonviolent communication, breath work and Native American customs. Men, who are less likely than women to seek out individual therapy, are increasingly looking for outlets in this fraught cultural moment of political acrimony, widespread economic instability and major societal reckoning over their behavior. At MKP, membership is at an all-time high and enrollment is up 8% over the last year, said Boysen Hodgson, the director of marketing and communications. “With Time’s Up Now and , many men know they have to be more accountable,” Boysen said. “A lot of them are saying, ‘I don’t want that to be me. I don’t want that to be how are seen in the world.’” @ took this photo during an MKP weekly meeting in Manhattan. Visit the link in our profile to read more.