By Sarah Kaplan
November 22, 2016
Psychologists looking at 10 years of data from nearly 20,000 men found that
those who value having power over women and endorse playboy behavior and
other traditional notions of masculinity are more likely to suffer from
psychological problems - and less likely to seek out help.
Turns out that cultural norms that hurt half of a society's members aren't
too good for the other half, either. Who'd have thunk it?