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7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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policymic:

7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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policymic:

7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.
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policymic:

7 damaging lies we teach boys about being a man

Many of the conventional lessons we teach our boys about being men are based on traditional wisdom that encourages young men to embrace violent behavior and stifle emotions. Boys that act outside of the masculinity box we’ve constructed for them — by expressing fear or insecurity, by eating vegan, by drinking juice instead of beer, by pursuing stereotypically “feminine” interests — are told to “be a man.” This narrowed range of acceptable actions, behaviors and interests can make our boys more prone to practicing violence against women, to developing unhealthy habits like binge-drinking and to having emotional issues later in life, among other problems.

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