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Introduction: Why Masculinity Studies? Why study masculinity in the first place? Why study masculinity and law? Historically, the masculine subject position has been the default. It was not until the mid-1990s that scholars even decided that men also had a gender. To the surprise of many, not only were men also gendered, but so too were structures, institutions, relationships, and discourses. The invisible but ever-present subject (never the object) refused to be named, thus rendering male domination even more insidious. Since then, a rich history of scholarship

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