Blog Tour Round-Up

“Masculinity” April 2019 Blog Tour Round-Up

Hey everyone!

Crimson here bringing you the round up for our Masculinity blog tour. We had quite the busy month with our OWLS members sharing their experiences with masculinity, expectations, and what they see society and media enforcing and/or breaking. If you missed any of the posts, now’s the chance to read them! Especially considering we will be having our livestream soon (more details later today)

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“Masculinity” Blog Tour Round-Up

4/8: [OWLS Blog Tour] Real Men Spread Love: Masculinity in Cute High Earth Defense Club Love! by Naja (Nice Job Breaking It, Hero)

4/10: Turning the Tables – Masculinity for Women, by Women and Natsume… by Irina (I Drink and Watch Anime)

4/13: Chasing You, Chasing Me: The Heart of Run with the Wind | OWLS “Masculinity” by Takuto (Takuto’s Anime Cafe)

4/15: OWLS Masculinity Blog Tour: The Social Construct That Is Masculinity and Its Continual Change by Crimson (Read at Night)

4/17: [April 2019 OWLS Blog Tour] JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures: Masculinity within the Joestars by Matt (Matt-in-the-Hat)

4/21: [OWLS April Blog Tour] A hero for the ages by Megan (Nerd Rambles)

4/22: Masculine: Biology and the Trope – Owls Blog Tour by Fred (AuNatural)

4/26: [April 2019 OWLS Tour] Of Arata and Taichi in Chihayafuru by Scott (Mechanical Anime Reviews)

4/27: OWLS April “Masculinity” Post: Fullmetal Alchemist and Power Dynamics by Jack (The AniWriter)

4/28: OWLS: “I’ll Make a Man Out of You or Not?” – Thoughts on Masculinity in Mulan by Lyn (Something About LynLyn)


Which are some of the posts you enjoyed? What are your stories and thoughts on “Masculinity”? Let us know in the comments section! Like always, thanks for the support everyone. See you guys during our April livestream (details TBA later today) and our May tour the following week!

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Like always,
Free to Be ME
– Crimson

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