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Working men’s club hosts performance ‘from the frontline of masculinity’ A working men’s club in Stoke-on-Trent has hosted a series of musical performances that explored the relationship between masculinity and me... Lifestyle Society UK
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Maasai men stand up for the last male rhino of its kind Tribesmen in Kenya are using cricket to raise awareness about an endangered rhino Environment
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Rewriting the man code: the new masculinity From hip-hop that tackles toxic masculinity, to frank online discussions about mental health, a global movement is asking afresh: what does ... Society
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The 'gangsta gardener' who believes masculinity is about being a conscious citizen Los Angeles-based ‘gangsta gardener’ and community leader Ron Finley is determined to redefine ‘gangsta’ as being about building thriving co... Opinion
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“I am my own man now”: the former gang member turned business owner Business owner and former gang member Daniel Barnes describes turning his life around after a lack of positive male role models led him to v... Opinion
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'We provide young men with positive male figures. I trust all of these men with my life' Nathan Roberts, chief executive of A Band of Brothers, explains how the network's male mentors help young men become more emotionally expres... Opinion
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