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  • LADBible is rebranding for modern men
  • LADBible is rebranding for modern men
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LADBible is rebranding for modern men

Lads were once derided as a bunch of lager-louts with nothing on their minds except football and boobs. But with ideas of masculinity shifting, the current stereotype of the ‘lad’ is a bit more nuanced. Now, online publication The LADBible is rebranding to transcend its name.

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