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Remaking Manhood: Stories From the Front Lines of Change Paperback – April 19, 2016
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Good Men Project Executive Editor Mark Greene’s articles on masculinity and manhood have received over 250,000 Facebook shares and twenty million page views. Greene writes and speaks on men's issues for the Good Men Project, the New York Times, the BBC, the Shriver Report, Salon, HLN, and the Huffington Post and at RemakingManhood.com
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To be fair, there are those speaking up for men, but many of the voices we hear are those from the so-called Men's Rights Movement (MRM) essentially a backlash against feminism, led mostly by bitter men who seek to undermine women's progress, rather than advance the needs of either gender.
But there are other voices as well, and among the leading platforms for an alternate view is the Good Men Project, a web site devoted to discussing issues faced by men today, from hurtful stereotypes to parenting, to the challenges of raising boys in a modern and changing world.
One of the leading voices of that movement is Mark Greene. This book is a collection of some of his most prominent GMP pieces, essays on the changing view of masculinity, modern malehood, and parenting. You'll find insight, warmth, and humor along with a great deal to think about.
This book provides a great balance between the academic and the personal. At times, Greene discusses insights from leading psychologists and other thinkers with knowledge on his chosen topics. He also uses examples from his own life, including his childhood and the challenges of raising his son. For this reason, I have recommended this book to a number of friends, including sociology professors teaching gender studies and single parents raising boys.
Whatever your situation, if you're interested in the changing view and the changing world of what it means to be a man in it, pick up this book.