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From Axes To Razors, The Stuff That Makes You Feel Manly

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This story is part of All Things Considered's "Men in America" series.

Last week, we posed the question, "What object makes you feel manly?" You told us about handkerchiefs and boxing gloves, typewriters and vintage tools. Listen to the audio above to hear NPR's Robert Siegel round up audience responses; we've also compiled some of the social media responses below.

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