Going with the Alternative: Supporting My Mother’s Healthcare Choices

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When his mother’s cancer returned, Joe Barton learned how oncologists might regard alternative therapy: as competition, rather than complement to their care.

The Stereotype Stops Here

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Stereotypes limit what we believe we are capable of, but only if we do not challenge our beliefs in them.

Violence and Victimization: Stereotypes of Dangerous Men

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Are male survivors of abuse more likely to become violent, themselves?

Cancer: 8/18

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Survivors wanted: men’s stories of cancer.

Knowing Better than God: No Pink Bowling Balls for Boys!

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Society’s gender roles arrogantly presume to know what a person’s divine gifts will be.