question of the day: Does the Hollywood stereotype of the alpha-dog action hero hurt men?
Following on from this QOTD last week, and as suggested by reader Accounting Ninja:
Does the Hollywood stereotype of the alpha-dog action hero hurt men? Does it promote male-on-male violence? Does it do a disservice to real men by promoting unrealistic expectations of male behavior and attitudes?
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