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COLLECTION NO. 3:
MASCULINITY

 
 
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—Masculinity.

A topic on many lips, and source for distress in many minds.

But here’s the thing, there is no one masculinity — there are many masculinities that coexist.  Some more based on insecurity and violence, some more based on empathy and vulnerability.  The one thing they all have in common, is that they affect how we treat ourselves and the people around us.

Luckily, as we see norms and attitudes beginning to change, we’re finally in a place were we can collectively redefine masculinity. Elevating the kinds of masculinities that more men can relate to and feel comfortable within.

Because boys do cry.  And men have feelings.  Killing the stereotypes that say we don’t, will help us save lives.

So, a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do to redefine masculinity.  Let’s get started.

 
 
 
 
 
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