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February 9, 2024
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How will young men learn to love when many messages seem to be either focused on what is wrong with them — or how they can dominate?
Many masculinity critics speak of the dangers of traditional gender ideologies, rape culture or toxic ways of being male.
Meanwhile, some men, like Andrew Tate, promote visions of masculinity based on misogyny and male domination, while others, like Jordan Peterson, reinforce traditional gender ideologies as a misguided way of responding to men’s search for meaning and belonging.