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  • Huddle community groups redefine modern masculinity
  • Huddle community groups redefine modern masculinity
    Toa Heftiba (2018) ©
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Huddle community groups redefine modern masculinity

In Toronto, a Lululemon community space is playing host to a meaningful initiative that helps men connect with each other over issues that matter. The Huddle is a male bonding group that explores big questions of masculinity and identity that often go undiscussed.

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