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MASCULINE. That which belongs to the male sex.
     2. The masculine sometimes includes the feminine, vide an example under the article Man, and see also the articles Gender, Worthiest of blood; Poth. Intr. au titre 16, des Testamens et Donations Testamentaires, n. 170; Ayl, Pand. 57; 4 C. & P. 216; S. C. 19 E. C. L. R. 551 3 Fred. Code, pr. 1, b. 1, t. 4, s. 3; 3 Brev. R. 9.

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Drawing on court cases, diaries, travel accounts, and morality treatises, the author explores the origins of masculinity associated with the macho, examines men's lives and masculinity in colonial Mexico, and argues that there were many types of masculinity during the period.
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While masculinity and male-normative values vary across cultures, sociologists and psychologists alike have noted the way in which hegemonic masculinity, regardless of cultural origin, requires men to constantly prove their manhood (see Connell and Messerschmidt; see also Kimmel).
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