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A new study quantifies the term “toxic masculinity” like never before. Researchers found that men who strictly follow traditional gender norms often experience higher levels of stress and are less likely to seek help for mental health issues.

Sounds healthy!To explore the connection between adherence to traditional masculine traits and mental health, researchers recruited 326 male subjects through an online platform.

The participants ranged in age from 18 to 75 years old, with an average age of 33. They were mostly white (66.3%), straight (85%) and college-educated (41%).

Nearly half of the participants identify as Democrats. Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.Using a questionnaire, researchers measured the participants’ conformity to masculine norms, such as emotional control, winning, power over women and self-reliance.

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