boeken en artikels over mannen en mannelijkheid

 
 

Braun-Harvey, D. en Vigorito, M.A. (2015) 

Treating out of control sexual behavior, Rethinking sex addiction. 

Out of control sexual behavior - referred to variously as sex addiction , sexual compulsivity, and hypersexuality, among other terms, has been a controversial and attention-getting issue since it first captured both public and professional attention over 30 years ago. Previous discussions of this behavior have been grounded in conceptualizing it as a pathologized, medical issue on par with substance abuse addictions, or, in backlash, as simply irresponsible behavior indicating weakness in the individual. In keeping with the call from many leaders in the mental health and sexual health areas to move beyond these two polarized conceptualizations of these sexual behavior problems, the authors present a model for working with clients in both group and individual treatment settings. Based on their experience with hundreds of clients, this book provides a comprehensive and practical conceptualization of out of control sexual behavior framed as a sexual health problem within a larger model of human behavior, not a psychiatric or addictive disorder. The book includes step-by-step tools for assessment, treatment planning as well as treatment implementation. It describes a process for professionals to guide clients to define and be accountable for their own personal vision of sexual health as the foundation on which they regain sexual behavior control. The authors provide rich and varied composite case examples based on 20 years of clinical experience that demonstrate clinician sexual health treatment conversations and tools, as well as stories of hope and guidance so essential to individuals wanting to understand how sexual health can be the essential ally in changing their sexual behavior.

 

Chu Judy Y.

When Boys become Boys: Development, Relationships and Masculinity.

Based on a two-year study that followed boys from pre-kindergarten through first grade, When Boys Become Boysoffers a new way of thinking about boys’ development. Through focusing on a critical moment of transition in boys’ lives, Judy Y. Chu reveals boys’ early ability to be emotionally perceptive, articulate, and responsive in their relationships, and how these “feminine” qualities become less apparent as boys learn to prove that they are boys primarily by showing that they are not girls. 

Chu finds that behaviors typically viewed as “natural” for boys reflect an adaptation to cultures that require boys to be stoic, competitive, and aggressive if they are to be accepted as “real boys.” Yet even as boys begin to reap the social benefits of aligning with norms of masculine behavior, they pay a psychological and relational price for renouncing parts of their humanity. 

Chu documents boys’ perceptions of the obstacles they face and the pressures they feel to conform, showing that compliance with rules of masculinity is neither automatic nor inevitable. This accessible and engaging book provides insight into ways in which adults can foster boys’ healthy resistance and help them to access a broader range of options as they seek to connect with others while remaining true to themselves.

 

Connell R.W.

Masculinities

This is an exciting new edition of R.W. Connell's groundbreaking text, which has become a classic work on the nature and construction of masculine identity. In its first edition, Masculinities provided one of the most important voices in feminist scholarship by men. Connell argued that there is no such thing as a single concept of masculinity, but, rather, that many different masculinities exist, each associated with different positions of power. In a world in which gender order continues to extend privilege to men over women, but that also raises difficult issues for men and boys, Connell's account is more pertinent than ever. 
In the new edition's substantial new introduction and conclusion, Connell discusses the development of masculinity studies in the ten years since the book's initial publication. He explores global gender relations, new theories, and practical uses of masculinity research. Looking to the future, his new concluding chapter addresses the politics of masculinities, and the implications of masculinity research as a way of understanding current world issues. Against the backdrop of an increasingly divided world, one that is presently dominated by neo-conservative politics, Connell's account highlights a series of compelling questions about the future of human society

 

Connell R.W.

Gender in World Perspective

How can we understand gender in the contemporary world? What psychological differences now exist between women and men? How are masculinities and femininities made? And what is the relationship between gender issues and globalizing concerns such as environmental change and economic restructuring? Raewyn Connell, one of the world's leading scholars in the field, is here joined by Rebecca Pearse as they answer these questions and more. Their book provides a readable introduction to modern gender studies, covering empirical research from all parts of the world in addition to theory and politics. As well as introducing the field, Gender provides a powerful contemporary framework for gender analysis with a strong and distinctive global awareness. Highlighting the multi-dimensional character of gender relations, the authors show how to link personal life with large-scale organizational structures and how gender politics changes its form in changing situations. The third edition of this influential and accessible book includes a whole new chapter on ecofeminism, environmental justice and sustainability. It also brings the review of research up to date throughout and explains new debates and emerging gender theories. Gender is engaged scholarship that moves from personal experience to global problems and offers a unique perspective on gender issues today.

 

Connell R.W.

The Men and the Boys

In recent years, questions about men and boys have aroused remarkable media interest, public concern and controversy. Across the world, health services are noticing the relevance of men's gender to problems as diverse as road accidents, diet and sexually transmitted disease. Teachers are increasingly preoccupied with the poor educational performance of boys, and criminologists have begun to explore why men and boys continue to dominate the crime statistics.
In this timely new volume, one of the world's leading authorities on masculinity helps us to understand these developments, and make sense of the multiplying issues about men and boys. Five years on from the publication of the seminal study Masculinities, this book reflects on the growing social scientific research in this area. Connell assesses its strengths and weaknesses and explores its implications for contemporary problems from boys' education and men's health to international peacemaking.

 

Drenth Jelto

De man is geen jager. Mannelijkheid, seks en angst. Een verrassende verkenning van de mannelijke seksualiteit.


Seksuoloog Jelto Drenth neemt in zijn nieuwe boek twee courante mythen op de korrel: mannen zijn qua libido en potentie dynamischer en ongebondener dan vrouwen; en seks en liefde zijn op natuurlijke wijze aan elkaar verbonden. Hij bespreekt een rijk palet aan seksuele ervaringen, van middle of the road tot hoogst curieuze voorkeuren en praktijken. Drenths praktijkervaringen vormen zijn primaire bron; lezers zullen daaruit wellicht inspiratie destilleren ter verrijking van hun eigen seksleven. Het boek is geïllustreerd met encyclopedische grepen uit wetenschap, cultuurhistorie, de kunsten en de bellettrie.

 

Duin, Stephan van en Vriese, Jop de 

De karakterman: een nuchtere kijk op de mannelijke lifestyle. 

Hoe kom ik van dat buikje af zonder op dieet te gaan? Hoe houd ik het spannend tussen de lakens en hoe bezorg ik hem of haar het meest intense hoogtepunt? Hoe beëindig ik een vriendschap die al tijden meer energie kost dan oplevert? Hoe krijg ik weer lol in mijn baan? Hoe combineer ik al mijn verschillende ambities binnen en buiten mijn werk? Wat kan ik doen om (bijna) elke ochtend uitgerust naast mijn bed te staan?

Allemaal praktische vragen in verband met zelfzorg, waar ook mannen mee kunnen zitten, maar zelden over praten of een boek over lezen. Dat is zonde. Want elke man heeft er wat aan om zich zo nu en dan bezig te houden met zijn gezondheid en met zijn functioneren in het dagelijks leven. En om daarbij karakter te tonen wanneer dat nodig is om zijn lifestyle vol te houden of aan te passen. In De karakterman laten Stephan van Duin en Jop de Vrieze zien hoe ook jij je kunt ontwikkelen op de belangrijkste vlakken van je leven: slaap en ritme, werk en ontplooiing, lichaam en beweging, vrienden en familie, eten en drinken en lust en liefde.

 

Greene M.C., (2016), 

Remaking Manhood: Stories from the Front Lines of Change.

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Remaking Manhood is a collection of Good Men Project Executive Editor Mark Greene's most popular articles on American culture, relationships, family and fatherhood. It is a timely and balanced look at the life affirming changes emerging from within the modern men's movement. 

 Green M.C.

The little #MeToo Book for Men: Break out of the Man Box.

Over the course of just seventy-five brief pages, Good Men Project Senior Editor Mark Greene exposes the brutal price that man box culture extracts from men and women worldwide. The Little #MeToo Book for Men is a concise, no holds barred call to action, inviting men to step out of silence and isolation and into the battle for a better future.

From the introduction:

“For millions of men, manhood can seem like a foregone conclusion, mapped out for us by universally understood rules for being a ‘real man.'” “These rules determine how we walk, how we talk, what we think and do, what we view as our responsibilities and most importantly, how we pursue or fail to pursue our deepest needs, wants and desires.
These rules of manhood become so central to what we believe as to render the distinction between ourselves and our culture of manhood invisible to us. When millions of men live our lives subject to the rules of a culture we are not fully conscious of, it can be damaging for our families, our communities, our collective quality of life, and even our longevity. 
The Little #MeToo Book for Men seeks to encourage a conversation about how boys and men arrive at what we believe. If this conversation can reveal even the slightest glimmer of daylight between our dominant culture of masculinity and our own daily choices as men, my hope is we will find, in that space, a more vibrant and authentic connection to our agency, our power and our humanity.”

Van der Heyden, Katrien

Is bont en blauw een mannenkleur? Man zijn in tijden van grensoverschrijdend gedrag. 

Als samenleving zijn we allemaal verantwoordelijk voor het in stand houden van m/v-stereotypen en dat is veel minder onschuldig dan we denken. Zo dreigen we van onze zonen toxische mannen te maken.
Is bont en blauw een mannenkleur? geeft een overzicht van de wijze waarop we van de wieg tot het graf in een genderhokje worden geduwd. Ook mannen. Het boek wil de lezer de culturele wortels van toxische mannelijkheid doen begrijpen en handvatten geven om het tij te keren. Het boek helpt je te navigeren door het #MeToo-tijdperk en biedt suggesties om het anders aan te pakken.
Katrien Van der Heyden (°1968) is socioloog en genderexperte. Ze deed jarenlang onderzoek bij mannen en jongens en combineert een academische achtergrond met projecten en een uitgebreide terreinkennis. In dit boekbrengt ze dat alles samen. Ze stelt indringende vragen over het soort mannelijkheid dat onze samenleving promoot. Ze is actief als ondervoorzitter in het MenEngage-netwerk België.

 

Kimmel Michael (2017)

Angry White Men: American Masculinity at the End of an Era. 

One of the enduring legacies of the 2012 Presidential campaign was the demise of the white American male voter as a dominant force in the political landscape. On election night, after Obama was announced the winner, a distressed Bill O'Reilly lamented that he didn't live in ''a traditional America anymore.'' He was joined by others who bellowed their grief on the talk radio airwaves, the traditional redoubt of angry white men. Why were they so angry? Sociologist Michael Kimmel, one of the leading writers on men and masculinity in the world today, has spent hundreds of hours in the company of America's angry white men in pursuit of an answer. Kimmel locates this increase in anger in the seismic economic, social, and political shifts that have so transformed the American landscape. Downward mobility, increased racial and gender equality, and a tenacious clinging to an anachronistic ideology of masculinity has left many men feeling betrayed and bewildered. Raised to expect unparalleled social and economic privilege, white men are suffering today from what Kimmel calls ''aggrieved entitlement'': a sense that those benefits that white men believed were their due have been snatched away from them.

 

Ley, David. (2012) 

The Myth of Sex Addiction

Ley, a clinical psychologist and director of a behavioral health clinic, examines the position that the diagnosis of sex addiction is heavily influenced by social norms and values and is not a legitimate medical condition. He shows how what is labeled sex addiction is based on culture's social norms and covers a multitude of mostly male behavior. The fact that this behavior may be in conflict with social norms does not mean the individual has a psychiatric condition. In addition, the author argues, telling people their behavior is uncontrollable is a self-fulfilling prophecy. In chapters with titles like Gender and Libido and Ignored Aspects of Masculinity, Ley examines the range of male sexuality and how that range is different from that of females. When norms are set based on female behavior, normal male behavior can be construed as pathological. The label of sex addiction, writes Ley, undermines our efforts to enforce expectations of responsibility, holding ourselves, and especially men, responsible for their choices and actions. The writing style is personal and easy to follow, and the book is well referenced with frequent case histories to clarify points. 

Sex addiction and its attendant diagnosed celebrities and reality TV shows may have been wholeheartedly embraced by the media, but this work of pop psychology takes issue with what clinical psychologist Ley deems a dubious disorder. Here, Ley asks whether sexual addiction is really a bona fide ailment or merely a culturally bound concept reflecting changing social views of sexuality rather than medicine or scientific research. Ley suggests that the label of addiction removes the issue of morality from the conversation, whereas in fact--whether we like it or not--he asserts that sexual behaviors involve choice. However, Ley acknowledges the appeal of calling it an addiction, quoting an anonymous ex-spouse of a so-called sex addict, who affirmed that it would've been easier to cope with her husband's serial infidelity had it been the product of impulses literally beyond his control. Ley makes a thoughtful and persuasive argument, using case studies and ample references to the work of other psychologists to flesh out his case. While serving as an excellent resource on sex addiction, Ley's study also sheds light on the myriad cultural and sociological factors that influence relationships. 

 

Ley, David. (2016) 

Ethical Porn for Dicks: A Man’s Guide to Responsible Viewing Pleasure. 

Our media is filled with confusing, polarizing messages about the dangers of porn, while at the same time sexually explicit images are pronounced in advertising and entertainment. Using a natural question/answer format for people feeling fear and shame about porn use, this accessible, funny, and well-informed book is the first one to offer men a nonjudgmental way to discover how to view and use pornography responsibly.

David J. Ley, PhD, is an internationally recognized expert on issues related to sexuality and mental health. 

 

Real Terry

I don’t want to talk about it. 

Depression, Terry Real contends, affects the lives of as many men as women-even though women are twice as likely to be treated. As vivid and eloquent as a great novel, this book interweaves penetrating analysis with poignant, compelling tales of patients-poorly fathered sons of all ages and backgrounds who have grown up to become “rage-aholics” or emotional runaways. Throughout, Real shares moving accounts of his own life, from a painful boyhood, beaten and ignored by a depressed father, through a troubled manhood, disconnected and seeking solace in drugs, to his eventual healing – a journey of self-awareness, grief, and acceptance. 

 

Real Terry

How can I get through to You? Closing the Intimacy Gap Between Men and Women.

Why has couple’s therapy for the most part been useless? What do I need to do to feel heard, to help my husband (partner) get more connected? 

Terry Real offers this and more radically innovative advice:

• Develop “Relational Esteem” – cherish the relationship, despite its glaring imperfections
• Speak “Relationally” – tell the truth with savvy and respect
• Listen “Relationally” – move past right and wrong toward repair
• Negotiate: learn to stand firm and mean it
• Develop “Relational Integrity” – make a commitment to stay moderate and smart even when your partner behaves like a jerk.

 

Slabbinck Wim

Waarom mannen geen seksboeken kopen. Mythes over mannen en seks. 

Seks is iets tussen mannen en vrouwen, vrouwen en vrouwen en mannen en mannen. Aan vrouwelijke standpunten geen gebrek. Maar wie spreekt voor de mannen? Wie zegt dat mannen niet de bronstige neanderthalers zijn waarvoor ze vaak worden versleten?Als seksuoloog met een praktijk in Gent krijgt Wim vooral mannen over de vloer. Niet zelden seksueel bezweken onder de druk die sociale verwachtingen en fabels creëren. In 'Waarom mannen geen seksboeken kopen' gaat hij de strijd aan met enkele hardnekkige mythes. Waar komen ze vandaan? Zit er een grond van waarheid in? Hoe kunnen we ze verklaren? Wim schrijft met een luchtige pen een boek vol hapklare wetenschappelijke kennis en grappige weetjes bij elkaar. Van 'porno als exclusief mannending' over 'masturbatie is taboe in een relatie' tot 'seks zonder orgasme is geen seks'.

 

Tricht, Jens van

Waarom feminisme goed is voor mannen.  

""Ik ben feminist en geloof dat feminisme goed voor mannen is.' Aan het woord is Jens van Tricht, wegbereider van de mannenemancipatie in Nederland. In de afgelopen honderd jaar hebben vrouwen toegang geëist tot domeinen die voorheen aan mannen waren voorbehouden, maar op het gebied van de mannenemancipatie bleef het opvallend stil. Toch worden ook mannen door genderongelijkheid in hun vrijheid beperkt. Want ""echte mannen' moeten nog
altijd stoer zijn, zelfverzekerd, sterk en onafhankelijk. Ze moeten hard werken, mogen niet huilen en geen kwetsbaarheid tonen. Zulke waardeoordelen en stereotiepe denkbeelden belemmeren veel mannen om ten volle zichzelf te zijn. Dat heeft ook op maatschappelijk niveau destructieve gevolgen. Waarom feminisme goed is voor mannen biedt een nieuw, hoopvol perspectief op mannen en mannelijkheid. Het laat zien hoe mannen kunnen bijdragen aan een betere wereld en wat ze daarbij zélf te winnen hebben. Van Tricht schrijft een prikkelend pleidooi voor meer menselijkheid: de vrijheid voor ieder mens om los te breken uit beperkende verwachtingen en al zijn of haar talenten te benutten.

 

Vos Nathan

Man o man. Je faalt niet, je doet wat je kunt. 

Je faalt niet. Je doet wat je kunt, en dat is goed genoeg. Dat is wat Nathan Vos, die in 2015 zijn lieve, verstandige en heel lang best gelukkige broer David verloor aan zelfdoding, aan mannen wil meegeven. Want, zegt hij, wij mannen moeten wat minder klooien, en meer een écht leven leiden. Vaak weten we niet waar we voor staan, hoe we het beste met onszelf en anderen moeten omgaan en wat we nou eigenlijk echt willen. Meestal spelen we rollen. En dat is onhandig, zonde, en soms dus gevaarlijk. 
In Nederland brengen ruim twee keer zoveel mannen als vrouwen zichzelf om het leven. Maar vrouwen zijn twee keer zo vaak depressief. Hoewel het één niet per se met het ander te maken heeft, lijkt de correlatie helder: mannen zoeken geen hulp. Als ze al weten dat ze het nodig hebben. Nathan onderzoekt waar het misging bij David én bij elf lotgenoten, onder meer door met hun weduwen te praten. Hij komt daarbij tot nieuwe, wezenlijke vragen. Zoals: weet je zeker dat je vader van je hield? Wat of wie helpt jou als je het zwaar hebt? Welke rollen speel je? En: denk je dat je faalt?

 

Ways Niobe (2013)

Deep Secrets: Boys’ Friendships and the Crisis of Connection

“Boys are emotionally illiterate and don’t want intimate friendships.” In this empirically grounded challenge to our stereotypes about boys and men, Niobe Way reveals the intense intimacy among teenage boys especially during early and middle adolescence. Boys not only share their deepest secrets and feelings with their closest male friends, they claim that without them they would go “wacko.” Yet as boys become men, they become distrustful, lose these friendships, and feel isolated and alone.

Drawing from hundreds of interviews conducted throughout adolescence with black, Latino, white, and Asian American boys, Deep Secrets reveals the ways in which we have been telling ourselves a false story about boys, friendships, and human nature. Boys’ descriptions of their male friendships sound more like “something out of Love Story than Lord of the Flies.” Yet in late adolescence, boys feel they have to “man up” by becoming stoic and independent. Vulnerable emotions and intimate friendships are for girls and gay men. “No homo” becomes their mantra.

These findings are alarming, given what we know about links between friendships and health, and even longevity. Rather than a “boy crisis,” Way argues that boys are experiencing a “crisis of connection” because they live in a culture where human needs and capacities are given a sex (female) and a sexuality (gay), and thus discouraged for those who are neither. Way argues that the solution lies with exposing the inaccuracies of our gender stereotypes and fostering these critical relationships and fundamental human skills.

 

Artikels

 

Neal, J.H., Ph.D. Narrative Ideas for Working with Men in Couples Therapy

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This paper uses a narrative perspective to propose that therapists working with heterosexual couples think about masculinity as the “performance” of culturally specified ways of being male. This view is described as a reflection of the ideas that have come to be associated with narrative therapy (e.g., social constructionist thinking, the narrative metaphor, and an emphasis of the operation of meaning and power). Examples are discussed that demonstrate how this view can enable therapists can respectfully explore and challenge the problematic effects and uses of power that the performance of masculinity sometimes “encourages.” A narrative approach to couples therapy is outlined and the place that this thinking occupies within it described. Finally, examples of work with couples based on these ideas are provided. 

 

Penne,I.(2011) Adam en Eva en de therapeut. Recente onderzoeksgegevens leiden tot nieuwe therapeutische inzichten. Systeemtherapie, 23(3), 130-146.

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In relatie - en sekstherapie gaat het vaak over het leren overbruggen van verschil: zich aanpassen aan elkaar dan wel aanvaarden dat de ander anders is. Dit artikel zoomt in op dominante verhalen over man-vrouw verschillen. De auteur geeft eerst een overzicht van recente onderzoeksgegevens waaruit blijkt dat genderverschillen te veel benadrukt worden en dat mannen en vrouwen op seksueel vlak meer op elkaar lijken dan dat ze van elkaar verschillen. Deze nieuwe gegevens kunnen de horizon verruimen van waaruit cliënten en therapeuten naar mannen en vrouwen kijken. Daarna wordt een casus uitgewerkt waarbij cliënten uitgenodigd worden om minder samen te smelten met het stereotype man-vrouw-beeld. Therapeutische interventies vanuit het narratief model fungeren als inspiratiebron voor de hier besproken casus. De verhalen van cliënten worden verruimd met ‘wat nog niet gezegd is’ aangaande de seksuele gelijkenissen tussen man en vrouw.

 

Van Lawick, J. (2006) Kan een man-vrouwpaar genderverschillen overbruggen? In: Lieven Migerode &Joan van Bussel (red), Als liefde alleen niet volstaat, over hulp aan koppels, Leuven, Lannoo, 95-119.

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Ahmadabadi, Z. ea, (2017) Gender Differences in Intimate Partner Violence in Current and Prior Relationships, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-23.

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Although much available research indicates that intimate partner violence  (IPV) is male perpetrated, growing recent evidence suggests a gender symmetry model of family violence. This article examines gender differences in IPV in current and prior relationships reported by young adults. Data comprised 2,060 young adults (62.1% females) who participated in the 30-year follow-up of the Mater Hospital and University of Queensland Study of Pregnancy (MUSP) in Brisbane, Australia. The Composite Abuse Scale was used to measure IPV during the last 12 months in the respondents’ most recent relationship. Similar proportions of males and females reported leaving their prior relationships. Both males and females who were not currently in a relationship reported experiencing much higher rates of IPV than those who were in a relationship. There were no differences in the past experience of IPV between males and females who were not currently in a relationship, but males in a current relationship reported they experienced most forms of IPV more often than did females. IPV typically involves both. Although much available research indicates that intimate partner violence (IPV) is male perpetrated, growing recent evidence suggests a gender symmetry model of family violence. This article examines gender differences in IPV in current and prior relationships reported by young adults. Data comprised 2,060 young adults (62.1% females) who participated in the 30-year follow-up of the Mater Hospital and University of Queensland Study of Pregnancy (MUSP) in Brisbane, Australia. The Composite Abuse Scale was used to measure IPV during the last 12 months in the respondents’ most recent relationship. Similar proportions of males and females reported leaving their prior relationships. Both males and females who were not currently in a relationship reported experiencing much higher rates of IPV than those who were in a relationship. There were no differences in the past experience of IPV between males and females who were not currently in a relationship, but males in a current relationship reported they experienced most forms of IPV more often than did females. IPV typically involves both. Although much available research indicates that intimate partner violence (IPV) is male perpetrated, growing recent evidence suggests a gendersymmetry model of family violence. This article examines gender differences in IPV in current and prior relationships reported by young adults. Data comprised 2,060 young adults (62.1% females) who participated in the 30-year follow-up of the Mater Hospital and University of Queensland Study of Pregnancy (MUSP) in Brisbane, Australia. The Composite Abuse Scale was used to measure IPV during the last 12 months in the respondents’ most recent relationship. Similar proportions of males and females reported leaving their prior relationships. Both males and females who were not currently in a relationship reported Gender d experiencing much higher rates of IPV than those who were in a relationship. There were no differences in the past experience of IPV between males and females who were not currently in a relationship, but males in a current relationship reported they experienced most forms of IPV more often than did females. IPV typically involves both male and female perpetrators and victims. It does appear that the majority of relationships involving higher rates of IPV were dissolved. IPV was more likely to have occurred in relationships that ended than in relationships that persisted. Males more often remain in an abusive relationship and report experiencing higher rates of IPV in their current relationships compared with females.

 

DE APA RICHTLIJN EN REACTIES DAAROP

APA Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men

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De Standaard: Rhonald Blommestijn: Wees een vent, en huil. 

Is de ‘traditionele man’ aan heropvoeding toe?

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De Morgen: Joachim Pohlmann: Het is officieel: mannelijkheid is een aandoening.

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De Morgen: Celia Ledoux: Ons strakke keurslijf van wat ‘mannelijk’ moet zijn, doet onze mannen en jongens lijden.

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Marc Greene van Remaking Manhood: The problem isn’t traditional masculinity.

https://medium.com/@remakingmanhood/dear-apa-i-love-you-but-the-problem-isnt-traditional-masculinity-a4697a167bf6

GILETTE RECLAMESPOT EN DE REACTIES DAAROP

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Terry Real: The best men can be.

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Macho’s scheren zich niet meer met Gilette

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Alexander Witpas: Je redt mannen niet door ze te beledigen.

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Marc Greene van Remaking Manhood: The attack on Gilette’s ‘integrity’ is actually a larger Cultural Inoculation.

https://medium.com/@remakingmanhood/the-attack-on-gillettes-integrity-is-actually-a-larger-cultural-inoculation-cd1b1732a10b