Nick Offerman’s Solution to Toxic Masculinity in Trump’s America

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Through his role as Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, Nick Offerman has become somewhat of an icon of a certain brand of hardy, relatively inoffensive, American masculinity. But while talking with us at Sundance, the erstwhile TV outdoorsman combated the notion of his purported masculinity and offered a humble guide to surviving in today’s harsh political climate, no matter which side of the political fence you’re on.

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