About Men - A Portrait of a Men's Support Group

About Men - A Portrait of a Men's Support Group
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Maja

Coming from an academic perspective with a focus on masculinity studies, making About Men was a real eye opener. I had read Judith Butler and Calvin Thomas and discussed the French author Michelle Houllebecq’s novel “Platform” in perspective of a challenged masculinity in contemporary Western ...Read more

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