Men who feel they fall short of ‘masculine’ gender norms may be prone to violence: More likely to commit violent assaults with weapons and to cause injury if they feel others see them in this light…

 

Men whose image of themselves falls short of the traditional masculine gender norms, and who feel that others think this about them too, may be more prone to violence than men who feel comfortable in their own skin, suggests research.

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An interesting article about what may trigger anger in some men.  This article looks at men who feel less masculine may be more prone to assault.

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