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Is ‘toxic masculinity’ preventing female students taking up metalwork and woodwork?

Fine Gael Senator Regina Doherty says that a culture of toxic masculinity is stopping female stud...

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10.08 13 May 2022


Is ‘toxic masculinity’ preventing female students taking up metalwork and woodwork?


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10.08 13 May 2022


Fine Gael Senator Regina Doherty says that a culture of toxic masculinity is stopping female students from taking up subjects that are usually the preserve of their male counterparts. Senator Doherty spoke to Newstalk Breakfast to explain what she means.

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