In a society that upholds the worth of a male at high esteem… there are a lot of stereotypes that paints males in very dim light. When males have to navigate these stereotypes to become men, is there a hidden cost that will hamper their growth? Are there consequences to these views?
Society has changed their view of what a man is and his worth. If men are to continue to effectively participate in their homes as co-CEOs , the conversation about the cost of being born male has to be included