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4 Books To Read To Learn About “Toxic Masculinity”

From what it means to be a man to exploring the social conflict surrounding identity, these are 4 books to read to learn about toxic masculinity.

#1 How Healthy Masculinity Will Transform Your Life by Hanalei Vierra

The reason I am suggesting this book is because I wrote it about a year ago and it not only describes toxic masculinity, but it also gives men a seven step road map about how to re-wire toxic masculinity into healthy masculinity in themselves.

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Contributor: Hanalei Vierra from Hanalei Vierra

    #2 Awakening the Master Masculine by Yao Nyamekye Morris

    Part of the class is understanding the house of man and house of woman and how they compliment or undermine the opposite sex. Additionally, we learn our survival based personality, how it developed and the ways it makes us toxic to others.

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    Contributor: Dr. Felicia Clark from Dr Felicia Clark

    #3 As Nature Made Him by John Colapinto

    This book will deeply upset any reader. It’s a true story about a child born as a boy but because he had a botched circumcision was raised as a girl based on his parents’ decision. It became a famous case in modern medicine and a total failure. When the child was told of their medical condition, chose to live as a male. It shows how one family survives despite terrible odds.

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    Contributor:  Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

    #4 What It Means to Be A Man by Rhett Smith

    Through research and interviews with educators, psychologists, activists, and young men themselves, Giese explores the myths of masculinity, the challenges boys face, and the impact of these negative traits. She also offers solutions, insight, and guidance to help combat the effects of toxic masculinity.

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    Contributor: Sharon Kunz from Hachette Book Group

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