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Are Magazine Ads Teaching Lower-Income Men to Be Hypermasculine?

A recent study released some bothersome findings: Magazine ads that depict men as super violent, aggressive and sexual are geared toward low-income and younger men. A group of psychologists analyzed a range of men’s magazines and found that 57 percent of them had at least one “hypermasculine” ad with Playboy and Game Informer having the most, reported Slate

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