I Am a Man Who Stutters

Being a man who stutters

For men, stuttering is often misunderstood as a sign of weakness. How can we be tough when we have trouble expressing ourselves or saying what’s on our minds?

On Accents, English and American

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Lewis Lehe riffs on English accents, discussing the possible replacement of Received Pronunciation with Dizzeerascalian.

“Males are at least 5 times more likely to stutter as females.”

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The King’s (Non-Controversial, Non-Political) Speech

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Isn’t it curious that at this year’s Academy Awards, only one winner used the opportunity to share his political views or make a bold statement?

A Very Manly Oscar Season

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This year’s batch of Oscar contenders are good—and pretty damn masculine. It’s not the Academy causing the imbalance, it’s Hollywood.

Good Comment of the Day: A Stutter Won’t Keep a Good Man Down

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“Go ahead, Joe Biden. You’ve earned the right to enjoy talking.”

‘The King’s Speech’: A Stutterer’s Reflection

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“Colin Firth’s character and I have the same speech impediment: stuttering. I may not be a king, but this movie is my life.”