Conforming to gender stereotypes is a choice, not a requirement–you decide. This timely workbook provides a road map to help young men discover what kind of guy they want to be.

The Masculinity Workbook for Teens is the book adolescent boys and those of us who work with them have desperately wanted. Not because it has all the answers, but because it doesn’t. It doesn’t replace the ‘guy code’ with a set of more progressive rules. With respect and guidance, it empowers boys to explore and create their own guidelines for being a man. A magnificent achievement.”

Stephen Tosh, CEO of the Boys’ Club of New York

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