TEACHING POSITIVE MASCULINITY

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TEACHING POSITIVE MASCULINITY

“I think that we can motivate people to act,” he said over Skype from his home in Minnesota, “but it so often comes from a place of charity, you know? We’re trying to motivate men to change masculinity for women, but then it’s this paternalistic sort of charity versus trying to get men to change masculinity because of their personal investment in it and their relationships.”

Lack of communication is unhealthy.

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