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Internalizing Stress: Why Men Do It, the Risks Involved, and Tips for Coping

When it comes to dealing with stress, men and women can have quite different strategies. For a lot of men, the default position is to internalize stress and hide it from others. Women can do this, too, of course. But it appears that men have a propensity for this way of coping with difficult situations. This is due to the unhealthy stereotypes and norms associated with masculinity. It will be helpful to delve into the reasons why men tend to internalize stress, emphasize the risks involved, and offer some tips for men on how to better cope when times get tough.


Three Men Redefining What It Means To Be a Man

Necko L. Fanning | February 22, 2019

When we talk about broad concepts like "redefining masculinity," we aren't referring to some grand action or...

FAQs of Toxic Masculinity

Necko L. Fanning | February 14, 2019

You’re hearing it everywhere. It’s filling up your social media feeds and being used in razor commercials; toxic...

How To Be An Ally At Work: A Column On Co-Operation During Black History Month

Adrian Drew | February 8, 2019

It’s a question we’d all like to know the answer to: how can I become a better person? Or, at least, a better people person?

Tyson Fury: Winning the Fight of His Life

Sam Woolfe | January 16, 2019

Tyson Fury (otherwise known as the ‘Gypsy King’) is a British professional boxer who recently returned to the sport after a...

How Being Short as a Man Can Affect Your Self-Esteem – and What You Can Do About It

Sam Woolfe | December 21, 2018

If you’re a man suffering low self-esteem, your body image may be a contributing factor. This certainly isn’t helped by...

Kavanaugh: What Happens When Partisanship is More Important than Justice

Blake Reichenbach | October 5, 2018

Heads up: this post contains discussion of sexual assault.

The biggest story of the last few weeks has been the Kavanaugh...

The Venomous Bite of Toxic Masculinity

Necko L. Fanning | August 20, 2018

            There was a moment I realized that toxic masculinity couldn’t be gendered, stereotyped, or even clearly defined....

Why the masculine ideal of self-reliance is flawed

Sam Woolfe | July 27, 2018

Psychologists have pinpointed 11 masculine norms that act as standards or rules for socially acceptable male behavior. These...

Why We’re Supporting the Center for Women and Families

Blake Reichenbach | June 6, 2018

Last week, we announced that we were going to start selling our “I Like My Masculinity Non-Toxic” shirts to raise money for...

Masculinity and the Culture of Violence

Blake Reichenbach | May 30, 2018

**Heads up: this article contains discussion of domestic violence and violence against trans people.**

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