SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Tracy L. Barnett
The settlement between Remington and the families of victims does not accept fault, but it does establish the dangerous connection between the marketing of guns as totems of masculinity and the damage done by young men who acquire them with ease.
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The critique of toxic masculinity is not an attack on maleness: it is fueled by a vision of stronger, more grounded and responsible men.
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