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Front CoverWhat does it mean to be a man in 2016? All the talk of men being “in crisis” is overblown—as a group they still earn more than women, and still dominate parliament, the judiciary and journalism. Male writers still dominate literary prizes.

Nevertheless, the rise of female equality and less constricted gender identities has meant old-fashioned ideas of masculinity are increasingly under challenge. Men are now being invited to contribute more to the traditional female sphere of home life, just as women are now a normalised part of workplaces. Something has undoubtedly…

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