Rachel Giese

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Rachel Giese is a Canadian journalist and writer.

In May 2018 Harper Collins published her book, Boys: What It Means to Become a Man.[1][2][3][4]


  1. Rachel Giese (2018). "Rachel+Giese"&source=gbs_navlinks_s Boys: What It Means to Become a Man. Harper Collins. ISBN 9781443442923. https://books.google.ca/books?id=p_YqDAAAQBAJ&dq="Rachel+Giese"&source=gbs_navlinks_s. 
  2. "Deal news: Boys by Rachel Giese". Transatlantic Agency. 2018-03-25. http://transatlanticagency.com/2018/03/deal-news-boys-by-rachel-giese/. Retrieved 2018-05-25. "Award-winning journalist and editor-at-large at Chatelaine and regular contributor to CBC Radio, Rachel Giese’s BOYS: What It Means to Become a Man, examining the myths and realities of boy culture and the challenges facing boys, making a strong case that the movement for gender equality has the potential to liberate us all, to Laura Mazer at Seal Press, for publication in Fall 2018, by Samantha Haywood of Transatlantic Literary Agency (world English excluding Canada)." 
  3. Caitlan McCormack (2018-05-03). "Raising Boys With Healthy Attitudes Toward Women Starts Young: Experts". Huffington Post. https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/05/03/raising-boys-to-respect-women_a_23425700/. Retrieved 2018-05-25. "The old adage of "boys don't cry" along with phrases such as "man up" can be especially damaging to young men who end up being told that it is not OK for them to express their feelings of sadness, anger and disappointment, said Rachel Giese, a Toronto journalist and author of Boys: What it Means To Become A Man." 
  4. Marcia Kaye (2018-05-04). "What could a gay woman in a same-sex marriage, know about masculinity?". Toronto Star. https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/books/reviews/2018/05/04/what-could-a-gay-woman-in-a-same-sex-marriage-know-about-masculinity.html. Retrieved 2018-05-25. "What could Giese, a gay white woman in a same-sex marriage, know about masculinity, especially in males of colour? Quite a bit, actually. She’s certainly done her research into boys’ experiences with racism, with video gaming, with burgeoning gay or trans identities, with loneliness." 

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