Jon Hamm (and Other Grown Men) Give Advice to Teen Girls in Rookie Web Series

The first grown man to give advice was Kurt Braunohler, a stand-up, sketch, and improv comedian who you may know from when he encouraged Kristen Schaal to ride a horse. In September 2011, he answered questions by way of webcam about life, love, and boys asked by adolescent, tween, and teenage girls who read Rookie Magazine. Rookie then posted his video answer online. And that’s when Ask a Grown Man began. The monthly web series from 16-year-old fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson’s online publication for young females (that she describes as "a place to make the best of the beautiful pain and cringe-worthy awkwardness of being an adolescent girl”) has featured a number of notable 30 and 40-something-year-olds with Y chromosomes on camera. After Braunohler, there was Damian Kulash from Ok Go, followed by stand-up act and television writer Hannibal Buress. Then there was Paul Rudd from the movies, who was
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