Self-Made Man: One Woman's Journey Into Manhood and Back Again

Vincent, a journalist, reports on her 18-month immersion into the world of men, disguised as her alter ego Ned.  She enlisted the help of a voice coach, cut her hair, flattened her chest, and applied fake stubble for that 5:00 shadow look. She joined a bowling league and went to strip clubs. She dated women she met online, spent three weeks in a monastery, took a high pressure sales job, and even became involved in a men’s therapy group, which culminated in a hair-raising weekend retreat. Vincent’s stories will fascinate women and men alike. Her conclusions surprised her more than anyone: it’s tough being a man, and anyone who thinks men in our society have it easier than women may very well rethink that after reading this fascinating book.

Self made man : one woman's journey into manhood and back againBy Vincent, Norah

A fascinating look at the 18-month odyssey of a woman journalist who dressed as a man.

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