Andrew Smiler

author of the book “The Masculine Self”

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Licensed therapist and an expert on boys, men, and masculinity; author of the book “The Masculine Self.”

Andrew Smiler on KCRW

Sex abuse and harassment are so common that if it didn't happen to you, you likely know a survivor, even if that person hasn’t told you yet. Sometimes that person is a man.

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