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Terry Crews in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Is Modern Masculinity at Its Best

Pointing to Terry Crews as a blueprint for modern masculinity is a short path to self-loathing. He’s a sharp dresser. He’s handsome. He’s so muscular that his muscles appear to have their own muscles. Adding insult to injury, he’s funny, too! He’s almost determinedly un-serious, which only increases his appeal as an exemplar for manliness.… Read More »