The Jantan Collective: Challenging stereotypes about masculinity


The Jantan Collective is (from left) Khoo Teng Leang, Peter Davis, Adam Carruthers and Jason Desmond. Photos: SAMUEL ONG/The Star

Four friends are attempting to break harmful gender stereotypes and redefine masculinity by forming The Jantan Collective. Their aim is to make it a platform to encourage men to be open about their emotions, while at the same time educating themselves to become better versions of themselves.

The Collective is a hub for men to learn, have fun and become better versions of themselves, says Khoo.The Collective is a hub for men to learn, have fun and become better versions of themselves, says Khoo.Founder, Khoo Teng Leang, 39, nicknamed the “Chief Jantan”, explained: “The Jantan Collective is basically a hub for all men to learn, have fun and just be better men basically. Here, we want to talk about things that are not commonly talked about.”

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