If you are given a Male Label at birth, you are at a greater risk of certain types of harm. For example, you are at greater risk of substance abuse, incarceration, suicide, violence, rough sleeping, and exclusion from school.
You are at a greater risk of harm if your Male Label intersects with other parts of your person's identity. For example, you may experience additional stress because of discrimination; for example, if you are
So you need to know how to help yourself, and how to seek help when all else fails.
I have put together a Survival Guide for the Male Labelled. This includes the following essential tools -
Please get in touch via the Contact Page if you would like to change anything about the Survival Guide. And if you need any more information that is not already covered by the Guide.
Together we can reduce the harm associated with the Male Label, and work towards a healthier, happier society.
Chris Warren-Dickins LLB MA LPC
Psychotherapist, writer, educator, and LGBTQ+ advocate