Australian women are still facing an epidemic of violence, but the conversation about it has notably shifted to "men's behaviour".
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Was the razor company's new ad "brave new ground in advertising" or part of a "war on masculinity [that] disarms us from the inside"? Every conceivable take has now been taken.
Gillette's campaign meshes with the current view of fighting misogyny: that men should turn their friendships into self-surveilling machines.
We see the term everywhere, yet few people ever bother to define it. In Helen Razer's view, “toxic masculinity” is not a true concept, and not truly feminist at all.
Tim Winton's latest promo tour comes with a sermon about Australian men. The novelist will definitely sell books, but will he have a role to play in cultural change, too?