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When Masculinity Turns ‘Toxic’: A Gender Profile Of Mass Shootings

05:00 EDT 3 Oct 2019 | Kaiser Health News

Men are far more likely than women to commit deadly mass shootings, both in California and across the nation. We break down the numbers — and ask experts why gender would have a role in indiscriminate violence.

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