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The Movie Goat Highlights a Culture of Homosocial Homoeroticism in Contextualized Homophobia

Goat underscores the message men are taught never to express emotion except in the trials of competition, when inebriated and during the heat of sex. The post The Movie Goat Highlights a Culture of Homosocial Homoeroticism in Contextualized Homophobia appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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