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Harry Styles Breaks Gender Norms in Fashion on the Cover of Vogue

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Last week, I woke up to the news that Harry Styles is to be featured on the cover of Vogue’s December issue, and I have not stopped talking about it since (neither has Twitter). This appearance makes Styles the first man to appear solo on the cover of American Vogue in the magazine's 128-year history. The news came just in time for International Men’s Day and […]

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Gary Gulman performing stand up comedy.


Gary Gulman Tackles Depression and Masculinity in New Stand-up Special

By Daniel Richter  Web Content Contributor With International Men’s Day being this week, this is a great time to highlight one of the bravest stand-up specials in years. Gary Gulman: The Great Depresh on HBO is Gulman’s first special he has released in over four years after he battled crippling depression. Finding humor in such pain is a challenge but Gulman does it excellently. He walks you through the lowest […]

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“Boys Don’t Cry”: A Challenging of Gender Norms

By Paola Bakker Web Content Contributor For International Men’s Day, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at a song that was ahead of its time in the breakdown of gender roles. “Boys Don’t Cry” by The Cure released in 1979 as their American debut. Although the song is not completely consistent with The Cure’s typical sound, it was an excellent song to act as their debut. […]

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Shattering What Society Calls Masculine

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor As humans we all possess some kind of balance of masculinity and femininity. The idea that women are more encouraged to share the masculine sides of their personality is one that is common in our society. Women who like traditionally “masculine” things like football and video games are seen to be some kind of cherished unicorn among other women through the male gaze. But […]

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You Can Be Masculine Without Being Toxic

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor When we look into the terrors and inappropriate behaviors within the culture of men, it's often populated by negativity: men are more violent than women, there are more recorded suicides from men, and there is always a constant attempt to prove their masculinity within society. Toxic masculinity exists within our society because our culture is still strongly gender-polarized; it has just recently allowed women […]

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Living To Just Be Free

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor Social norms are understood rules for accepted and expected behavior. Norms prescribe “proper” behavior and help people know what to expect. So why do we continue to live with these norms? In other words, who do we impress with these norms if it’s not for ourselves? Created by society itself, these norms put pressure on those who choose to not conform. Unlike biological sex, […]

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Boys Don’t Cry?

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Is masculinity overrated? Many young boys are bombarded with ideas about what it means to be macho and manly. Boys may pretend to be interested in activities they really are not in order to fit in with their friends. This fake persona a young boy creates to fit in with his friends can create psychological issues causing insecurity in masculinity. Insecurities carried well throughout […]

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