All men are equal, but some men are more equal than other men.

11 min readMar 18, 2020
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Masculinity, in its normative definition, has been unequivocally monopolised by a single sub-culture of men — white, heterosexual, young, Christian and middle-class men (Kimmel 2004:184). This hegemonic intersectional identity that has been on the receiving end of the uneven and unequal distribution of the socio-cultural and political power in society, are the bar measured against…


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