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In Defense of Mythopoetic Men’s Groups, or How Banging Drums in the Woods Can Be Good for the Soul

Being active in the theoretical as well as practical (re: participatory and activist) elements of men’s development, one is bound to come across mention of the mythopoetic men’s movement.  Explanation of this aspect of men’s studies will include mention,  (often as a criticism,) of the mythopoetic framework as being constructed around an essentialist approach to masculinity.  In other … Continue reading