InsideMAN is committed to pioneering conversations about men, manhood and masculinity that make a difference. We aim to create spaces where the voices of men, from many different backgrounds, can be heard. It’s time to have a new conversation about men. We'd love you to be a part of it.
Did you know that Samurai warriors believed crying over a fallen comrade was the ultimate sign of masculine honour? Or that Abraham Lincoln used tears during his speeches to convey his passion and sincerity? It turns out there may be less truth to the idea that men have only recently begun to show their emotions than we often assume… …
For years the definition of what it meant to be a man was someone who hid their emotions, put on a brave face and gutted it out regardless of the circumstances. But new research is beginning to show how far that stereotype is from the truth.
We’re publishing an amazing, real-life book of the best UK writers on men and masculinity!
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