Men are expected to be ‘strong silent types’ — and it’s breaking them, says Henry Rollins

In "The Man They Wanted Me To Be," Jared Yates Sexton explores the culture of toxic masculinity in America.

To this day, toxic masculinity permeates offices, factories, highways, bars, locker rooms and pretty much anywhere else American men have taken it upon themselves to be strong, silent and seemingly impervious to the day-to-day brutalities they have invented and inured themselves to.

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