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Man Enough: Undefining My Masculinity

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A GRIPPING, FEARLESS EXPLORATION OF MASCULINITY The effects of traditionally defined masculinity have become one of the most prevalent social issues of our time. In this engaging and provocative new book, beloved actor, director, and social activist Justin Baldoni reflects on his own struggles with masculinity. With insight and honesty, he explores a range of difficult, sometimes uncomfortable topics including strength and vulnerability, relationships and marriage, body image, sex and sexuality, racial justice, gender equality, and fatherhood.

Writing from experience, Justin invites us to move beyond the scripts we've learned since childhood and the roles we are expected to play. He challenges men to be brave enough to be vulnerable, to be strong enough to be sensitive, to be confident enough to listen. Encouraging men to dig deep within themselves, Justin helps us reimagine what it means to be man enough and in the process what it means to be human.

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    Highly Recommend

    I absolutely love this book, after listening to the podcast, I thought I should purchase the book! Very quick shipping and eco-friendly packaging

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    Lauren M.
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    Harmful to young men

    The first half of the book was very "woke" and anti-masculinity. I think this book is failing to see the benefits of masculine traits such as, competitiveness-- To improve yourself and others through trying to be better than them--, stoicism-- Useful to benefit in stressful situations, and to increase mental fortitude--, logic, courage, etc., and rather encourages men to be emotional and vulnerable, which doesn't merit respect for most men in themselves and doesn't in others at all. Respect and purpose is essential to a man--which is why I suspect the author is so dedicated to this movement--(because of masculinity). An emotional man and especially a young man grows up to be a man-child and therefore there's no value in them. I also think women support him bc of his looks.

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