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Masculinity in men linked to better life outcomes

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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Carter Hughes, a combat engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah, carries a 155mm artillery round while conducting explosive ordnance disposal operations on Range 10, Camp Schwab, Okinawa, Japan, July 13, 2021. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Hailey Clay)

By Laurel Duggan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Self-reported masculinity is linked to better outcomes in men’s personal and professional lives, based on a March 2021 Institute for Family Studies survey.

Men who reported themselves as more masculine had healthier weights and higher rates of life satisfaction, according to analysis by the IFS. They were more likely to have attended college, had higher incomes and higher risk tolerance, and reported rarely feeling depressed and a stronger ability to control their emotions.

“Very masculine men are the most likely to marry and to report feeling loved in their marriages, per a national survey.” https://t.co/7bB7apRodj

— Brad Wilcox (@BradWilcoxIFS) November 20, 2021

The American Psychological Association stated that recent research suggests “traditional masculinity—marked by stoicism, competitiveness, dominance and aggression—is, on the whole, harmful.”

The IFS study’s results ran counter to the popular notion that mas

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