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  2. Esquire
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    Portal site for men, with news, games zone, chat and message board and news channels covering gadgets, women, sports, IT, music and shopping.

  4. MALE Men's Advice Line and and Enquiries
    Offers advice and support for men in abusive relationships, both those experiencing violence and abuse from partners, and concerned about their own violence towards partners. Information about services, research work, and their helpline.

  5. ManKind
    Men's civil rights organisation. Includes campaign news and regional contacts.

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  9. BBC Wales - History - Themes - Men of Quality
    Men of Quality - a digital story by Joseph Cairns on the BBC Wales History website.

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  12. Breaking Down Gender Stereotypes in the Workplace - NGTU
    Despite advances over the years, gender inequality in the workplace is alive and well, with many women still getting paid less than their male counterparts. While this is obviously a travesty, there exists another level of gender-based division, and it is one that has its roots right in the very core of our society and culture. This is not an institutional division, but rather one that exists in many of us, having been placed there and reinforced from a very young age, and it is a question of gender-based stereotyping.