Justin Cascio

Justin Cascio writes about health, gender, and the family. His willingness to engage difficult subjects and share intimate knowledge with diverse audiences make him an unforgettable speaker, educator, and writer.

Justin's special interests are local, including New England agriculture and cuisine, masculinity and men's health, mental and community health, sexuality education, genealogy, and the evolution of gender roles and family life. He is available for private consultations, writing assignments, and speaking engagements: email likethewatch@gmail.com for more information.

Justin has been creating quality content online since the early days of the internet. He was a founding editor of Trans-Health.com, the health and fitness magazine for transgender people, in the Aughties. He is a former managing editor of The Good Men Project Magazine where he created The Good Life, the lifestyle section of the GMP.

As well as writing for Trans-Health.com and The Good Men Project, Justin has written for xoJane, Spezzatino, Meatpaper, Examiner.com, and the Boston Local Food Festival. His short memoir, "Heartbreak and Detox," is his debut publication on Kindle. His writing appears in the 2014 anthology, Rec*og*nize: The Voices of Bisexual Men.