Masculine Virtues (and Their Dark Side)

My take on the meaning of healthy masculinity

The author standing on top of The Owl (5.8), Arches National Park, Utah

Masculinity is anchored in biological sex differences

Our biological sex — being male or female — is an integral part of our humanity. Trying to ignore it would betray our most intimate nature. Gender may be a social construct, but it is not arbitrary but…

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Hermes Solenzol

Hermes Solenzol

UCLA professor. Neuroscientist doing research on pain. Writes about science, philosophy, politics and kinky sex. https://hermessolenzol.com