Masculinity is being discussed more than ever before, in a range of contexts.
People talk about 'toxic masculinity', claim that there is a crisis in masculinity or argue that we need to 'reclaim masculinity'.
There have always been many ways of being a man, and many people who have claimed that there are correct and incorrect ways of being a man.
This important and timely book looks at the big questions surrounding definitions of masculinity, and discusses where ideas of masculinity have come from and the effects of gender stereotyping.
The authors and contributors share their experiences of and perspectives on masculinity and invite readers to think for themselves about the issues involved.