This is a short book of only 66 pages that helps men identify their own masculinity and gives some guidelines on how to be authentically male without being entirely destructive. It breaks the often held view that masculinity is some how evil.
“Growing up as a kid I looked around me to try to find men I can identify with. I wanted to become a man and be what I was meant to be one day. But what was that? What does it mean to be a man? I kept hearing people say, “A real man does this or doesn’t do that” and it often left me confused. In my quest for manhood I would go on to do many things until finally it clicked…“