Hannah Gadsby on why men should be more ladylike

Hannah Gadsby/Photo by Gillian Laub

Gentlemen’s Quarterly

Hannah Gadsby’s stand-up special Nanette was the most discussed comedy act of the #MeToo moment. Rooted in the personal trauma of homophobic violence, it used sharp humor to proffer a devastating critique of misogyny. She’s now touring with a new show, Douglas, that’ll hit Netflix next year. GQ asked her what she’d like to see more men understand—and do.

Welcome to GQ’s New Masculinity issue, an exploration of the ways that traditional notions of masculinity are being challenged, overturned, and evolved. Read more about the issue from GQ editor-in-chief Will Welch here and hear Pharrell’s take on the matter here.

Hello, the men. My advice on modern masculinity would be to look at all those traits you believe are feminine and interrogate why you are so obsessed with being the opposite. Because this idea that to be a man you have to be the furthest away from being a woman that you possibly can is really weird.

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