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  • Harry’s shaving ad encourages men to speak up
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Harry’s shaving ad encourages men to speak up

Research by Harry’s and UCL found that men value their mental health more than their physical health, yet conversation around masculinity still perpetuates outdated stereotypes. In a bid to shed light on what it truly means to be a man, Harry's is speaking up for modern day masculinity.

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