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The Dangerous Mental Health Effects From Being Seen as ‘Feminine’ and ‘Not Man Enough’

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It’s no secret that toxic masculinity — the unspoken societal belief that men must act in a certain way to be seen as “masculine” — places pressures on men.

Mighty contributors and I have written at length about the direct ways this culture of masculinity affects mental health outcomes for men — we are less likely to seek help and more likely to die by suicide.

However, there is a particular idea rife in toxic masculinity that has affected me time and time again. I’m doing my best not to let it affect me any longer.

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