The Guardian

The Guardian 13 Feb 2020

Why aren't you speaking to real men?


Over the past few weeks Guardian journalist Iman Amrani has been back with series two of Modern Masculinity, looking at key themes and questions around masculinity today. So far the series has looked at the UFC's popularity with men, male circumcision, interpretations of masculinity in the black community and the image of success and men in advertising. As so much of the series is about engaging with our audience, this week Iman answers some of the viewers' questions and comments.

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