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Man down? The organisations tackling male loneliness From walking groups to shed clubs, these male spaces are tackling the taboo of poor mental health and supporting vulnerable blokes Health Society Wellbeing
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The lonely bloke’s guide to friendship Why do men struggle with friendship? Comedian Max Dickins explores the ‘male friendship recession’, and what’s being done about it Body & Mind Society Wellbeing
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‘They turn up in torrential rain’: the men who walk together for mental health In the UK, suicide is the biggest killer of young men. These male walking groups provide support and tackle the taboo of poor mental health Body & Mind Health Society Wellbeing
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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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‘To end sexual harassment, we need to face up to men’s addiction to women’ The #MeToo campaign revealed a toxic culture that stretched far beyond the film industry. In the resulting outrage is an opportunity to brin... Opinion Society
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Leading the men back to the women It is time for men to rediscover their masculinity and express their strength through compassion and service, not control and dominion, writ... Perspective Society

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