#MasculinitySoFragile: culture, structure, and networked misogyny

@article{BanetWeiser2016MasculinitySoFragileCS,
  title={\#MasculinitySoFragile: culture, structure, and networked misogyny},
  author={Sarah Banet‐Weiser and Kate M. Miltner},
  journal={Feminist Media Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={171 - 174}
}
In September 2015, the hashtag #MasculinitySoFragile was trending on Twitter. The ostensible purpose of the hashtag was to illustrate the precariousness of “toxic masculinity,” a (heterosexual) mas... 
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